Howls grow dim at Isle Royale

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Howls grow dim at Isle Royale

Wolf population at Isle Royale down to 8; no pups seen in last year
At last count, eight wolves remain at Isle Royale National Park. With the wolf’s future in doubt at the park, humans consider whether to step in and try to save it.
A lack of wolves has allowed moose to proliferate at Isle Royale National Park in Michigan. A female moose and her 9-month-old twin calves were pictured in January. The park’s moose population was estimated at 975 this year.
Three wolves munch on a moose carcass in January at Isle Royale National Park in Michigan. Scientists say the park’s gray wolves are at their lowest number in more than 50 years.

Howls grow dim at Isle Royale

At last count, eight wolves remain at Isle Royale National Park. With the wolf’s future in doubt at the park, humans consider whether to step in and try to save it.
A lack of wolves has allowed moose to proliferate at Isle Royale National Park in Michigan. A female moose and her 9-month-old twin calves were pictured in January. The park’s moose population was estimated at 975 this year.
Three wolves munch on a moose carcass in January at Isle Royale National Park in Michigan. Scientists say the park’s gray wolves are at their lowest number in more than 50 years.
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