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Gun Lake Tribe hosts meeting on wolf’s scientific and cultural importance

SHELBYVILLE, Mich. (WZZM) – Voters will tackle the issue of wolf hunting Tuesday. Proposal 14-1 asks voters whether there should be an annual wolf hunting season in Michigan.

Those who want a wolf hunting season say that we need to control the growing population, as it now sits at over 600. They also argue that wolves hurt farmers by killing their livestock.

Some of those who oppose wolf hunting attended a meeting held in Shelbyville by the Gun Lake Tribe. They say wolves are sacred and they want to see them protected.

“It’s a murderous thing that they’re doing: they’re taking down something that I look as a relative…my mother is wolf clan, and I honor her side as being my wolf relatives,” says Punkin Shananaquet…

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