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Environment & Science
Wed April 10, 2013
State officials to recommend a wolf hunt in the Upper Peninsula
State wildlife officials plan to recommend Thursday that Michigan hold a wolf hunt this Fall in the U.P.
Gray wolves in Michigan were until recently listed as an endangered species. There are about 700 wolves in Michigan. Farmers say the growing wolf population is a threat to livestock.
The Michigan Natural Resources Commission will receive a recommendation to kill 47 wolves, as part of a hunt, focused in three parts of the Upper Peninsula. The commission may vote next month to set the dates for a wolf hunt.
Those opposed to the proposed wolf hunt complain the animal’s population is still too small and a hunt could cause permanent damage.
One group has collected over a quarter million signatures on petitions to put the issue on the 2014 ballot.
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