Wolves becoming commonplace around state
PARK RAPIDS - Placing wolves back under the federal Endangered Species Act could mean that sightings, now fairly commonplace around Minnesota, could become a matter of close encounters.
"From the surveys I've done we have a wolf pack in almost every township that has enough habitat to contain them," said Park Rapids DNR wildlife technician Tom Stursa.
"They're so commonplace many people don't even report them."
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