The 25-minute video shows everything the wolf did at five-minute intervals over the course of one day last June. From Dan Kraker of Minnesota Public Radio News • April 6, 2022
Our deer and Moose populations have severely suffered because of itThe official website of the Voyageurs Wolf Project, which is a wolf research project that studies wolves in and around Voyageurs National Park, Minnesota.www.voyageurswolfproject.org
these guys also have a Facebook group as well that posts a lot of interesting info on MN wolves.
Most people don't know but MINNESOTA has the largest wolf population in the lower 48
So far in the wolf plan update process, the DNR has conducted a scientific public opinion survey, consulted with technical experts and tribal staff, convened a 20-member wolf advisory committee, and solicited public input. Public input in 2020 included virtual openengage.dnr.state.mn.us
link to SURVEY about 2022 wolf plan
Couldn't agree more. This is like the smoking industry denying that smoking causes major health problems. They can deny it all they want, but it's reality. Research and "plain as the nose on your face evidence" (anecdotal) support it completely. But, given the source of this evidence, nobody should be surprised. This is based in propaganda, not empirical support.I'm not fully through it yet but the one thing that struck me as off is the seeming attempt to downplay wolf impacts on moose population when there is abundant evidence out there that the wolves are hammering calves.