Wolves are benifical for the health of Wisconsin’s forests 

Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin

…According to a study by USDA Forest Service Research & Development: Wolf Recovery and the Future of Wisconsin’s Forests: A Trophic Link

Wolves were all but eradicated in Wisconsin by the late 1960s due to over hunting. In1974 – Gray wolf listed as endangered in the lower 48 States and Mexico.Wolves flourished under the guidance of Wisconsin’s Wolf Recovery Program. On Dec. 28, 2011 wolves were delisted:the Western Great Lakes DPS – Revising the Listing of the Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) in the Western Great Lakes.Politicians rushed in to designate wolves as a game species that could be hunted on 2011, Wisconsin Legislation Act 169: ifthe wolf is not listed on the federal endangered list and is not listed on the state endangered list, the department shall allow the hunting and trapping of wolves. Hunting, trapping and the barbaric use of dogs to hunt wolves…

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