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E-M:/ Delisting of wolves in Michigan

Eric Sharp of the Free Press provides a well-informed discussion about the delisting of wolves and management by the state:

Don't expect wolves to become game animals


Despite the U.S. Interior Department’s recent decision to remove gray wolves from the endangered species list in Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota, the roughly 450 wolves in the Upper Peninsula aren’t likely to become game animals any time soon.






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