Wisconsin’s wolf management planning ramps up. Hunting and trapping season to begin in early November but kill quota to be determined

From the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:

In the wake of a rushed, court-ordered gray wolf hunting and trapping season that surpassed the state-licensed kill quota by 83% in just three days and attracted international attention, the Department of Natural Resources has begun a deliberate process to inform the next chapters of wolf management in Wisconsin.

In March, the agency formed a Wolf Harvest Advisory Committee to help set a kill quota for the 2021 fall wolf season; the group has had one meeting, April 8.

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