Tomorrow, Michigan may move a little closer to having a statewide vote on a possible wolf hunt.
Members of the group, Keep Michigan Wolves Protected, are expected to deliver nearly a quarter million petition signatures to the Secretary of State’s office.
The petition drive calls for a referendum on a new state law authorizing a gray wolf hunt.
Once endangered, the wolf population has grown in recent years. State wildlife experts believe there are around 700 gray wolves in Michigan.