Feds say states will decide fate of gray wolf, 6,200 Wolves December 25, 2011 Michigan

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Feds say states will decide fate of gray wolf December 25, 2011 Michigan
Traverse City Record Eagle

Since being declared endangered in 1974, the American wolf population has grown fivefold — to about 6200 animals wandering parts of 10 states outside Alaska.... North America was once home to as many as 2 million gray wolves. By the 1930s, fur traders, bounty hunters and government agents had poisoned, trapped and shot almost all wolves outside Canada and Alaska. ...

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