Four wolves from Canada are now living in Michigan at Isle Royale National Park.
Written by Jesse Baroka on March 5, 2019
UPPER MICHIGAN – Four wolves from Canada are now living in Michigan at Isle Royale National Park. The Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry last week transferred the four wolves, two of which are from the same pack and were captured on crown land near Wawa, Ontario. Officials at Isle Royale say the weather Thursday was clear long enough for two more male wolves to be captured and taken to the island in northern Lake Superior. The National Park Service hopes to move 20 to 30 wolves to Isle Royale over several years. They prey on moose, whose numbers have boomed with the decline of wolves over the past decade.