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Wolf identification confirmed in Iowa

May 17, 2014
By GARRY BRANDENBURG , Times-Republican

WOLVES do live in Wisconsin's central forests areas. Minnesota also has wolves primarily in the central to northern areas of that state. And the wolves of Manitoba and Ontario, Canada are well known to trappers who can take them during winter time. Iowa's furbearer specialist with the DNR, Vince Evelsizer, stated in a report not too long ago that "given the proximity of wild wolves in southeast Minnesota and nearby Wisconsin, it is probably only a matter of time before a wild wolf is confirmed in Iowa." Now it has happened.



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