(8/4/12) Applications keep rolling in for Wisconsin's first wolf hunting season.
As of Friday, the state D-N-R said over 47-hundred people applied for just over two-thousand available permits. Wisconsin has more than twice as many wolves than its original quota of 375. As a result, wolves have been attacking livestock and hunting dogs – and the new season is intended to ease that. Hunting applications can be filed with the D-N-R through August 31st.
Source: Wheeler News