Officials Take Comment On Wolf Delisting In The UP June 18. 2011




Officials Take Comment On Wolf Delisting In The UP June 18. 2011 Michigan Interlochen Public Radio

... as they go after the weakest and sickest deer. No wolves lived in the state when the animal was put on the list in 1973. Their population now exceeds 687 wolves, far beyond the original goal of 100 animals between Michigan and Wisconsin. ... Delisting means the state could use lethal means to control errant wolves. Barring legal challenges the proposal could be adopted by the end of the year. Michigan lawmakers could also establish a hunting season, if the wolf were to be delisted.

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