Bill allowing wolf hunt headed to Walker’s desk
MADISON (AP) — A wolf hunt in Wisconsin would be created under a bill that has passed the state Legislature.
The bill would establish a hunting and trapping season that would run from mid-October through the end of February. The Department of Natural Resources would be allowed to determine how many licenses to issue.
Wisconsin wolves came off the federal endangered species list last year. The state is now free to manage the wolves as they see fit.
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