Latest U.P. Wolf Hunt Numbers Released

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Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources.

Michigan Dept. of Natural Resources.

Marquette, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) –  Seventeen wolves have been killed so far in Michigan’s first wolf hunt since the animals were removed from the endangered species list.

The latest numbers are from the Department of Natural resources as of Sunday.

The hunt is scheduled to run until December 31st or until a total of 43 wolves are taken.

Hunters are limited to one wolf per person, and the hunt is restricted to three areas of the Upper Peninsula.

The DNR had estimated the state’s wolf population at 658.

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