Michigan’s first authorized wolf hunt since the animal went on the endangered species list four decades ago began on Friday. 1,200 hunters purchased tags allowing them to take part, although just 43 wolves will be killed.
The first gray wolf was bagged just after dawn Friday in Baraga County – one of the three designated hunting zones in the Upper Peninsula. Read more
Michigan wildlife officials are dismissing claims that bad information led to the state’s upcoming wolf hunt. Read more