A new poll shows strong support for a wolf hunt in the Upper Peninsula.
Michigan’s gray wolves have rebounded from near extinction in the U.P. Last winter, Michigan’s gray wolf population was estimated at 658. But as the wolf population has grown, so have the number of attacks on livestock and household pets.
Next month, Michigan will hold a limited wolf hunt.
The hunt will take place in three specific zones of the U.P. The zones have seen the most problems with wolves.