DNR, hunters differ over wolves' impact on deer numbers March 28, 2011 Wisconsin

DNR, hunters differ over wolves' impact on deer numbers  March 28, 2011  Wisconsin  Population  Predator  Wausau Daily Herald
DNR lead wolf biologist Adrian Wydeven calls the impact of the recovered wolf population in Wisconsin on deer numbers “minimal.”  Although it's well documented that Wisconsin's gray wolf population is thriving, ...
Wolves were extinct in the state by the 1960s, but the population rebounded to 725 in Wisconsin in 2010, according to the DNR.

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