Wisconsin Hunters Kill Four Wolves In First Day Of Season
(Undated) -- Wisconsin hunters have reported killing four grey wolves in the first 24 hours of the Badger State's inaugural wolf season. The Wisconsin D-N-R says one wolf was taken in the far northwest zone, another in the mid-northwest, one in central Wisconsin and one in the far northeast. Wisconsin hunters have until February 28th to shoot a total of 116 wolves, plus 85 other wolves are earmarked for Chippewa Indian tribes. Minnesota's wolf season begins November 3rd. Yesterday (Mon), the Humane Society of the United States and The Fund for Animals said they'll ask a federal court to put wolves in the Great Lakes region back on the Endangered Species list.