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
Michigan voters will get to weigh in on two laws that allowed wolf hunting in the Upper Peninsula.
The Michigan Senate has said “yes” to a petition-initiated legislation to allow wolf hunting in the Upper Peninsula.
The measure would circumvent two ballot challenges to wolf hunting laws.
A petition that would allow future wolf hunts in the Upper Peninsula is headed to the state Legislature. The initiative would allow them regardless of how two anti-wolf hunting referendums turn out.
A state elections panel has approved a second referendum on wolf hunting in Michigan for the November ballot.
A study of the predator-prey relationship between moose and wolves on Isle Royale National Park in Lake Superior has been inducted into the Michigan Environmental Hall of Fame. WNMU’s Nicole Walton has more.
Michigan’s first wolf hunting season is underway.
The first gray wolf was bagged just after dawn Friday in Baraga County – one of the three designated hunting zones in the Upper Peninsula. Continue reading