Newsmakers: Wolves in Wisconsin

The most recent census of wolves in Wisconsin showed that as many as 824 are roaming northern Wisconsin — a number that is too high, according to Adrian Wydeven, the wolf specialist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. In a Newsmakers interview Jan. 10 taped in Mellen’s City Hall Museum, Wydeven said the federal government’s recent delisting of the gray wolf from the endangered species list gives state officials new powers to limit the wolf population. Wydeven said Wydeven said wolf numbers will need to be reduced in areas of the state where they cause conflicts.  

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Newsmakers: Wolves in Wisconsin
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