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Mich. Wildlife Biologists To Discuss First Wolf Hunt In 40 Years

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LANSING, Mich. (WLNS) - State wildlife biologists will sit down Thursday night to talk about Michigan's first wolf hunt in 40 years.

The season went from Nov. 15 - Dec. 31.

A total of 23 wolves were killed in the upper peninsula, which is 20 fewer than the maximum allowed. There are more than 600 wolves in Michigan.

The meeting will also discuss elk hunting season, as well as keeping deer meat after vehicle collisions.

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