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Great Lakes Echo ran a story last month on Michigan’s first-ever wolf hunt that begins today. We had interviewed John Vucetich, a wildlife biologist and professor at Michigan Technological University.
We turned the audio from that interview in October into this eight-minute podcast. The questions were re-recorded to better suit an online podcast format.
Vucetich says here that the state would allow a maximum of 47 wolves to be killed. The final quota Michigan’s Department of Natural Resources decided upon was 43 wolves.