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WISCONSIN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES

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The DNR says about 972 wolves roamed the state in January, down from 1,150 in 2021.
Hunters asked to observe baiting bans and dispose of carcasses properly.
Duluth drops its requirement for hunters to take a doe before harvesting a buck.
The animals offer a nontoxic alternative to pesticides for removing the small tree, which outcompetes native plants.
The Aug. 31 session is also available on YouTube.
You can apply online or at a license agent in person.

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Nearly 70,000 acres are available for hunting in 40 counties.
Grouse numbers may have peaked and started dropping as part of roughly 10-year cycle.
One more lucky hunter could win a once-in-a-lifeitme chance to hunt elk in Wisconsin.

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