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There are about 640 wolves in Michigan's Upper Peninsula, which are now currently no longer under the state's control.

Michigan DNR Fights Federal Court’s Wolf Protection Decision

On Friday, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced that it filed an appeal in the December 2014 federal court ruling that returned the state’s wolf population back to the endangered species list. That decision, which was made by US District Judge Beryl Howell, came in response…

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Two new bills contest a recent court decision to return the gray wolf to federal protections.

Lawmakers Introduce Bills to Protect Wolf Hunting in Great Lakes States, Wyoming

Congressional lawmakers from Minnesota, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Wyoming introduced two bills last week that would preserve the ability of state agencies to manage wolf populations. The bills are a direct response to a federal court ruling in December that returned wolves in the Great Lakes states to…

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