Wolf Population Increase Behind Request for De-listing

If you think you've seen a wolf in Wisconsin, you're probably not wrong.  Wisconsin DNR wildlife ecologist, Adrian Wydeven says, over a three-year period 56 of the state's counties recorded finding at least one dead wolf. His agency has recorded over seven hundred wolves in the state. Biggest number since counting began. Partly why the state is asking the feds to remove the wolves from the endangered species list.

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