Wolf Management In Minnesota

Fifty years ago, few wolves existed in North America. Protected under the Endangered Species Act, they've made a comeback in many parts of the country. In this hour, live from Saint Paul, Minnesota, we'll a look at gray wolf recovery in that state, including ongoing efforts to ensure their long-term survival while protecting livestock and domestic animals.


Mike DonCarlos
*Wolf Management Coordinator, Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

Janet McNally
*Spokesperson, Minnesota Lamb and Wool Producers

Ron Refsnider
*Endangered Species Listing Coordinator
*U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Midwest Region Fort Snelling, Minn.

Ginny Yingling
*Former State Director, North Star chapter of the Sierra Club, St. Paul, Minnesota.



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