Wisconsin’s goals for managing wolves? DNR wolf specialist breaks down new plan

From Wisconsin Public Radio:

With hundreds of wolves now in Wisconsin, a state board recently approved a new plan for managing the controversial carnivores.

The Natural Resources Board sets policies for the state Department of Natural Resources and approved a new wolf management plan Oct. 25.

The final version of the plan is expected to be published in the coming weeks, said Randy Johnson, a DNR large carnivore specialist. In the meantime, a draft version is available on the DNR’s website.


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