Park Falls, Wis. Wisconsin’s population of gray wolves increased only slightly in 2003 but is closing in on the state management goal of 350 animals outside of Indian reservations, state wildlife officials say. The late winter population of wolves in Wis
“The 2003 count includes 94 packs in northern and central
Wisconsin, and at least 12 lone wolves, but lone wolves are
probably undercounted,” says Adrian Wydeven, DNR mammalian
ecologist and wolf specialist.