Wolf Hunt Scheduled For Michigan’s UP

Friday, May 10th, 2013 at 1:42 pm

In Michigan, a state board has voted to allow a 6-week wolf hunting season this year in which up to 43 wolves can be killed in Upper Peninsula.

The Associated Press reports that the wolf hunting season would open Nov. 15 and end Dec. 31 unless the target harvest is reached sooner.

Michigan becomes the sixth state to authorize hunting wolves since federal regulations were lifted over the past two years in the western Great Lakes and the Northern Rockies.

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