Gov. Snyder Signs Law Authorizing Michigan Wolf HuntingState lawmakers quickly passed the bill after the Michigan appeals court recently declared a 2014 law unconstitutional.
Judge Upholds Law Allowing Michigan Commission To Permit Wolf HuntingA group called Keep Michigan Wolves Protected said it will appeal the court's decision.
Wolf Attacks Up In Upper Peninsula In 2014The 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.
Group Offers $1,500 Reward For Illegal Wolf KillsGreat Lakes Patrol says it created the reward program in response to recent wolf killings in the Upper Peninsula.
Public Comments Sought For Update Of Gray Wolf Management PlanState officials are inviting the public to comment as they revise a plan for overseeing Michigan's gray wolf population.
Humane Society Applauds Voters For Denying Wolf Hunt, Urges Officials To Uphold DecisionJill Fritz from the Humane Society said that a third law passed over the summer would permit a hunt next year, but the group is suing claiming it's unconstitutional.
Michigan Voters Reject Laws Favoring Wolf HuntingHowever, the Legislature passed yet another pro-hunting bill this summer that will remain in effect.
Voters Get Chance To Make Statement On Wolf HuntsIt may be merely symbolic, but Michigan voters will get a chance during the Nov. 4 election to send a message about whether hunters should be permitted to target the gray wolf.
Michigan House OKs Measure Allowing Wolf HuntingA panel will now decide whether to allow continued wolf hunts, instead of leaving the matter up to the voters.
Michigan House May Vote On Allowing Wolf HuntsIf approved, it would nullify citizen referendums on the issue scheduled for the November election.
Michigan Lawmakers Look To Pass Pro-Wolf Hunt BillThe proposal before the Legislature now is designed to prevent November referendums on two laws that cleared the way for Michigan's first wolf hunt in decades.
Board Certifies 2nd Wolf-Hunting Ballot MeasureMichigan officials have certified a second referendum on hunting wolves for the November statewide ballot, which wildlife groups hope voters will support to block future hunts.
Survey Reduces Estimated Michigan Wolf PopulationThe decline was 22 wolves, which is the number that were killed in the hunt... Coincidence?
Final Michigan Wolf Hunt Kill 23, Short Of QuotaDNR officials are studying the figures to decide if there should be another wolf hunt this year.
Hunters Not Close To Wolf Quota Before Hunt's EndWith less than a week left until the end of Michigan's first wolf hunt in decades, hunters had killed fewer than half the maximum 43 allowed.