Over the years the wolf population has steadily declined in Isle Royale National Park- leaving the park with only two wolves left.
Boats and a helicopter have started making trips to move 64 tons of bridging planks and logs to the national park.
Some lawmakers are speaking up for the wolves on Isle Royale. They’re asking the National Parks Service to help rebuild the wolf population.
As of this year, there are only three wolves left on Isle Royale. That’s after years and years of the influx and recession of the wolf population. Continue reading
Inbreeding is wreaking havoc on the wolf population at Isle Royale National Park. That’s according to John Vucetich, head of a decades-old study of the predator/prey relationship between the island’s wolves and moose.