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Judge Upholds Law Allowing Michigan Commission To Permit Wolf Hunting

A group called Keep Michigan Wolves Protected said it will appeal the court’s decision.

WWJ Newsradio 950–07/18/2015

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Wolf Habitat Opening At Detroit Zoo Features Meadows, Dens

A $1.4 million wolf habitat that opened Monday at the Detroit Zoo includes grassy hills and meadows, trees, a stream and pond, wolf dens and elevated rock outcroppings from which the wolves can survey their surroundings.

CBS Detroit–06/08/2015

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Senators Want Quicker Action On Isle Royale’s Fading Wolves

Scientists say only three gray wolves remain on the Lake Superior island chain.

WWJ Newsradio 950–05/30/2015

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Scientists: Mere 3 Wolves Remain At Isle Royale National Park

The gray wolves of Isle Royale National Park are on the verge of disappearing.

WWJ Newsradio 950–04/18/2015

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Michigan Officials Seek Comment On Wolf Management Plan

The Michigan Department of Natural Resources is inviting public feedback on an updated plan for managing the state’s gray wolves.

WWJ Newsradio 950–03/05/2015

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Feds Restore Protected Status For Great Lakes Wolves

Gray wolves in Michigan are protected by federal law once more.

WWJ Newsradio 950–02/20/2015

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Bills Would Drop Federal Protections For Wolves In 4 States

It’s the latest offensive in a 12-year battle over whether the predator species is secure enough to allow hunting and trapping or should retain its federal shield.



Wolf Survey Starts Feb. 16 In Michigan’s Lower Peninsula

“It’s helpful to have as many eyes as possible looking…”

WWJ Newsradio 950–02/09/2015

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Wolf Attacks Up In Upper Peninsula In 2014

The DNR estimates there were more than 630 wolves in the Upper Peninsula last year, compared to 658 in 2013. The number of attacks, 35, was higher than the 20 reported in 2013.

CBS Detroit–01/17/2015

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Bill Would Remove Federal Protections For Wolves In Michigan, 3 Other States

Several members of Congress are preparing legislation to take gray wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Wyoming off the endangered list.