Wisconsin DNR to issue 4,000 licenses for February wolf hunt; state appeals court order

From the Wisconsin State Journal at www.Madison.com:

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources will allow hunters to kill 200 wolves in the last week of February even as the state appeals a judge’s order requiring the winter hunting season.

Acting on orders of a Jefferson County judge, the Natural Resources Board voted unanimously Monday to authorize a February hunting and trapping season for the gray wolf, which was removed last month from the federal endangered species list.

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