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Managing Minnesota's recovered wolves

Managing Minnesota's recovered wolves

Wildlife Society Bulletin 29(1): 70-77

The Minnesota wolf (Canis lupus) population was estimated by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources, Minnesota, USA at 2450 during winter 1997-98 and had increased at an average annual rate of 4.5% since winter 1988-89 The population may be removed from the federal endangered species list by 2002, and management would then return to the state. A federal recovery team recommended a population goal of 1250-1400 wolves for Minnesota, with none in the agricultural region.

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DOI: 10.2307/3783982

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