Dr Rolf Peterson’s Take on Wolf Hunts in Michigan’s U.P.
|Rolf Peterson of Michigan Tech University was the lead biologist on Isle Royale for decades. In this photo, Peterson gives WCC educators an opportunity to help process an elk that was taken down by Yellowstone wolves.|
Dr Rolf Peterson, lead biologist on Isle Royale for decades, comments on whether Michigan should allow hunting of gray wolves in the state’s Upper Peninsula. Michigan ABC 10 News reports “He doesn’t believe the wolf population poses any real public safety threat to residents in the U.P. Peterson says as long as you aren’t leaving garbage or other food out that wolves can get into…you shouldn’t have a problem. If there is a wolf hanging around your property, call the DNR and they will respond.”
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