It’s been a month since hunters took to Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to hunt wolves.
So far, the wolves have been doing better than expected.
Since the start of the hunt, only about 20 wolves have been killed. That's less than half of the 43 wolves state wildlife officials set as the goal to be killed in the hunt. The hunt ends December 31st.
Adam Bump is the Department of Natural Resources’ point man on wolves. He admits he’s not sure why hunters have had more success bagging wolves in some parts of the U.P. than in other parts.