Wisconsin Tribal officials, conservationists want say in what to do about growing wolf population

From the Wausau Daily Herald:

ODANAH – Tribal representatives and conservationists are asking to be included in any process that may decide the state’s response to the increasing gray wolf population.

They believe the animal might soon be removed from the federal list of endangered species, opening up hunting for population control or trophies.

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