Duffy: It’s time to restore gray wolf management to states

A bill to remove the gray wolf from the federal Endangered Species List recently passed the House and will move on to the U.S. Senate in coming months where its prospects are less clear. Since being listed in the 1970s, the gray wolf population has rebounded in the lower 48 states to more than 5,000. > Wisconsin Public Radio

Conservationists line up against ending state’s wolf management


Conservationists pushed back Wednesday against a bill that would end state wolf management efforts and bar state police from investigating wolf poaching, saying the measure will open the door to indiscriminate wolf hunts and won’t help get the animals off the federal endangered species list. > AP News