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Opponents criticize Minnesota hunting season on wolves

BEMIDJI – The foes were identified by speaker after speaker who referred to a hunter-turned-prey as “brother wolf” Saturday.

Chief among the enemies of the animal – as defined by those who spoke at a protest against this year’s wolf hunt – are the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources and the Minnesota Deer Hunters Association.

“Hunting has changed more in the last 20 years than in the last 200,” said Barry Babcock, co-founder of the Nishime Ma’iingan, or Brother Wolf, a group vehemently opposed to the hunt.

There were no dissenting voices among the crowd at Bemidji State’s American Indian Resource Center…

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