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Isle Royale Wolf Intervention

Isle Royale National Park has been studied over the years for the unique predator prey relationship of moose and wolves. In recent years the wolf population has struggled due to inbreeding and the lack of an ice bridge during winters

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Minnesota Wolf Population

I know our wolf population on the Gunflint Trail is healthy. Two times this summer when picking blueberries I heard wolves howl.  I saw their scat but unfortunately didn’t get to see them. Here’s what the Minnesota DNR has to

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Inhumane Humane Society?

The Humane Society is responsible for re-establishing protection of wolves in the Great Lakes Western Region.  This region includes Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota where the wolf population is thriving. The healthy population of wolves in our region is why the

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Wolves on the Gunflint

On Wednesday a guest arrived and told us he had seen a wolf on his way up the Gunflint Trail. Hannah who has worked at Voyageur all summer expressed displeasure that she had been here all summer and still hadn’t

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Brain Damaged Wolf

Today’s blog entry isn’t a joke. It’s the findings from the autopsy done on the wolf that bit a young boy earlier this summer. DNR NEWS – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                       Sept. 26, 2013 DNA test confirms identity of wolf that

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Minnesota’s Endangered Species

There’s new information from the Minnesota DNR about threatened and endangered species.  Some species have been removed while others have been added. These include plants and animals such as toads, turtles, dragonflies, birds, beetles and fish. It’s quite the impressive

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