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Latest DNR survey shows there are more than 600 wild wolves in Michigan
Jan 18, 2023 07:48 ET

(WWJ) – Wildlife biologists with the Michigan Department of Natural Resources say Michigan’s wolf population remains stable after the latest survey of gray wolves in the state.

The survey, conducted in early 2022, shows the wolf population in the Upper Peninsula remains stable, as it has for more than a decade, with the minimum wolf population estimate at 631 wolves, plus or minus 49.

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