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Tag Archives: Wolves
Now that Michigan gray wolves are off the endangered species list, state legislators are moving a bill to put wolves on the state’s game species list, according to this report by Bill Parker in Michigan Outdoor News. Will it be a … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson CHAMPION — This is moose country — wet and wild. There are deer, loons and mink, even bald eagles flying. And the night air here is punctuated by hooting owls. At 6,983 acres, Craig Lake State Park … Continue reading
On Isle Royale in Lake Superior the wolf population is in decline. Experts say their numbers have dropped from 30 wolves to nine over the last six years The reasons cited in a story today on Michigan Radio’s Environment Report , include … Continue reading
By Howard Meyerson A couple of weeks ago, I read with some dismay about eight wolves shot and killed in and around Ironwood, a western Upper Peninsula town. Ironwood is a gateway community, a popular tourist town — population 5,380 … Continue reading
A National Forest Service employee, Josh Bransford, is under fire for taking a photograph of himself with a wolf that was caught in a leg trap, according to the Washington Post. The incident occurred during Idaho’s first-ever wolf trapping season. … Continue reading
ESCANABA — Michigan hunters have been known to say that state’s growing wolf population is bad for deer. Their lament is about the diminished Upper Peninsula whitetail population. It’s not unusual to hear someone claim: “Wolf are eating all the … Continue reading