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Wisconsin Natural Resources Board panel seems to support wolf plan

Board members said they want to ensure the plan will help citizens and farmers, living mostly in the north, can deal with wolf dangers and depredations. (Stock photo by Steve Foss)

Recent revisions to the DNR’s updated wolf plan drew plenty of comments and questions from five Natural Resources Board (NRB) members at their Sept. 27 meeting, with all five sounding supportive of the plan.
Comments showed they feel the new plan is critical to managing wolves, will encourage wolf delisting, and help citizens deal with problems wolves cause. Randy Johnson, DNR large carnivore specialist, gave board members a brief report on the plan that will come to the board for approval Oct. 25 in Madison.

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