Most of us are animal lovers and there is one word we don’t want to think about and that word is gone. Not so long ago we were telling you about some of the animals that are in danger of extinction like rhinos, sea turtles, some whales, leopards, gray wolves and more. Here it is if you missed it.
The gray wolf is a beautiful and enchanting animal, and if you recall, it was taken off Michigan’s endangered species list not too long ago. Here is the latest, now officials want to know what we think and we have to get back to it.
Currently, there is a multi-pronged lawsuit to get the gray wolf back on the endangered species list. and survey responses will help guide the DNR on future decisions that affect this status. The survey ends on January 31. The gray wolf is under state management, which means there are still many laws that protect them and guide how they are treated, but for now the public has an opportunity to weigh in on what happens. . according to clickondetroit.com.
Michigan’s gray wolf population was nearly extinct by the mid-1970s due to persecution and active predator control programs. What is the population of the Upper Peninsula now? Well, it’s just under 700.
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