Great Lakes wolves could come off endangered list

Associated Press: The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Friday it would try again to drop wolves in the western Great Lakes region from the federal endangered species list, although courts have overruled previous attempts. About 4,200 wolves roam and forests and fields of Minnesota, Wisconsin and Michigan's Upper Peninsula, their numbers growing steadily since receiving government protection in the early 1970s. "Wolves in the western Great Lakes have achieved recovery," said Rowan Gould, acting director of......

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