STAFF BLOG SOUTH DAKOTA OUTDOOR ADVENTURES Gray wolves to be delisted
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife service announced Wednesday it willremove the gray wolf from the endangered species list in the Great Lakes Region.
Under the delisting management of the animals would re... Posted on 12/22/11 at 11:04 AM
STAFF BLOG OUTDOORS WITH SAM COOK Feds again propose delisting of wolves
You may have seen the story in today's Duluth News Tribune and online at www.duluthnewstribune.com that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has decided -- again -- to propose removing the timber wolf f... Posted on 9/14/10 at 1:23 PM
STAFF BLOG NORTHLAND OUTDOORS Michigan DNR Supports Minnesota's Wolf Delisting Action
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources and Environment said it supports recent action by the State of Minnesota to remove the gray wolf from the list of species protected by the Federal Endanger... Posted on 5/12/10 at 8:29 AM
DULUTH, Minn. --Warren Peterson of Duluth Township, northeast of Duluth, was walking his dog Brewer a few weeks ago when the shepherd-lab mix darted off ahead of him.
It would be the last time Peterson would see his dog alive.
Reduced protection favored over endangered to allow federal trapping.
WASHINGTON -- The biggest supporters of protecting wolves in the U.S. came out in support of a reduced protection level for the big canines to make federal management more flexible.
Wisconsin’s wolf population dropped 19 percent from last year to this year, from a range of 658 to 687 animals in late winter compared to 809 to 834 in 2013, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources announced today.
ST. PAUL -- Opinions remain sharply divided about whether Minnesota should allow wolf hunts, and Tuesday night a state lawmaker also questioned whether state officials are doing a good job of managing wolves.
FARGO – Call them the Ice Pack.
Even though the temperature was 16 degrees below zero and the wind chill factor was minus 41, the wolves at the Red River Zoo romped in the snow Monday like a bunch of spring chickens.
The Department of Natural Resources has scheduled a public hearing for 6 p.m. Feb. 5 at the Sanford Center in Bemidji to take input on a plan to update Minnesota’s list of endangered, threatened and special concern species... and more.
Minnesota’s inaugural wolf season — the first regulated take in the state’s history — will begin Nov. 3, the Department of Natural Resources announced Thursday. The opener coincides with the state’s firearms deer season.
Minnesota ready to assume state’s wolf management again The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced Wednesday it will publish a final delisting rule in the Federal Register on Dec. 28. In Minnesota, after a 30-day period, the state Department of Natural Resources will reassume management of this species.
The U.S. Sportsmen’s Alliance Foundation and five other groups gave notice this week they will sue the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service if the federal agency doesn’t move quickly to remove Great Lakes wolves from the endangered species list.
In a letter to the Secretary of the Interior, which oversees Fish and Wildlife, the pro-hunting groups say the agency has not responded to their May 18 petition seeking fast action on delisting wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan.
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