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Wisconsin wolf season rules paralleling new plan

Wolves and the recently-revised wolf management plan for Wisconsin was a popular topic of conversation during the Natural Resources Board’s (NRB) Aug. 9 meeting. (Stock photo)
The Wisconsin Natural Resources Board’s (NRB) Aug. 9 meeting was loaded with informational items ranging from DNR budgets to wolves. Scott Karel, Department of Natural Resources (DNR) wildlife regulation policy specialist, gave a brief summary of the proposed timber wolf harvest regulations as a spin-off from the recently released state wolf management plan. The final regulations will be presented to the NRB in October, when action also is expected by the board on the updated state wolf management plan. Paul Neumann, DNR management and budget section chief, told the board that the new 2023-25 DNR budget totals $1.22 billion for the two-year period, which is a 7.5% increase over the previous biennium.
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