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Wolf supporters rally in Duluth to stop hunting, trapping

Opponents of Minnesota’s upcoming wolf trapping and hunting season rallied in downtown Duluth on Friday afternoon hoping to spur a public outcry that might keep wolves off limits for at least one more year.

But it appears the efforts of Howling for Wolves and other groups may be too little, too late, with the state’s first wolf season in a half-century set to start in just 57 days.

Some 23,477 hunters and trappers have applied for 6,000 permits and the chance to kill one of up to 400 wolves later this year.

About 35 people gathered in Lake Place Park holding signs and howling on occasion, including members of the Sandy Lake Band of Ojibwe…

Read the entire article on duluthnewstribune.com: Wolf supporters rally at Denali National Park, wildlife activists plead

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