Thanks to the Brainerd Dispatch for highlighting the positive decision by the Department of Natural Resources to offer fewer wolf licenses this year (“DNR cuts second season wolf quota by nearly half,” Aug. 29).
Heading into the second year of a Minnesota wolf hunt, the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has scaled back the number of wolves that will be hunted or trapped. This year, only 220 wolves will be harvested from Minnesota's pack.
ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Minnesota wildlife officials have cut the quota for the state's second wolf season by nearly half.
The target for hunting and trapping this fall and winter is 220, down 180 from last year. The Department of Natural Resources will also grant far fewer licenses — a little mo...
Last year's wolf hunt was much ado about nothing. Minnesota's Department of Natural Resources (DNR) has completed a survey of the state's wolf population, claiming that there are 438 wolf packs and 2,211 wolves.
The wolf population remains firmly established on Minnesota’s landscape, according to a comprehensive population survey conducted by the Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
The latest survey results estimate that within Minnesota’s wolf range there were 438 packs and 2,211 wolves last winter ...
Minnesota's Court of Appeals threw out a challenge to the state's wolf hunt. The court ruled that the Center for Biological Diversity and Howling for Wolves had no legal standing to sue the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
Early results in the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources' (DNR) research into why the moose herd has declined dramatically in the last decade, it appears that the growth of the state's wolf pack is having a negative impact.
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