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Dana Nessel to review Michigan DNR handling of wolf kill records

Michigan Attorney General, Dana Nessel,  will review whether DNR  officials improperly blocked or delayed the release of public records relating to their efforts to have protected gray wolves killed in 2016. READ MORE: https://www.bridgemi.com/michigan-government/dana-nessel-review-michigan-dnr-handling-wolf-kill-records

Michigan DNR said it killed wolves to protect humans

Michigan DNR said it killed wolves to protect humans. Officials at the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and some lawmakers opposed to wolf protection policies were found to have embroidered, misstated or outright fictionalized the threat that gray wolves posed to … read more

Wolves of Isle Royale Annual Report 2018-19

Ecological Studies of Wolves on Isle Royale – Annual Report 2018–2019 – Sarah R. Hoy, Rolf O. Peterson, and John A. Vucetich During the past year, major support for these studies was received from the National Science Foundation (DEB-1453041), National Park … read more

Will wolves move to Michigan’s Lower Peninsula?

“Given our finding that NLP landscape has adequate but more disconnected suitable habitat to support dispersing individuals and breeding packs, determining the effects of potentially increased mortality and energy expenditure while dispersing on recolonization potential is an important aspect requiring … read more

Ecological Studies of Wolves on Isle Royale

Isle Royale – Between January 2017 and January 2018, the wolf population continued to be comprised of just two wolves on Isle Royale.  Moose abundance probably increased over the past year even though the most recent point estimate   declined  from … read more

2017-18 Wolf Count Brief

The Wisconsin 2017-18 overwinter minimum wolf count is 905-944, a 2.2% decrease from the 2016-17  minimum count of 925-956.   2017-18 results represent a modest decline in the population following 3 years of population growth,  including a 6.8% increase last year. … read more

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