Work is in effect to remove the gray wolf from the Endangered Species list in certain states

New Senate legislation would remove the gray wolf from the Endangered Species list, but only in certain areas.

Senator Tammy Baldwin filed the Northern Great Lakes Wolf Recovery Act. It would create a regional plan to delist the wolf in Wisconsin, Minnesota, and Michigan’s upper peninsula, through an advisory committee made up of wolf management experts, scientists, and regional leaders.

The Wisconsin Corn Growers Association and the state’s Farmers Union support the effort, but Wisconsin Congressman Tom Tiffany says he has concerns when it comes to the limited area the bill would impact.

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