Minnesota Wolf Hunt Now In Courts
The Court of Appeals ruled they failed to show irreparable harm would result
from letting the state's inaugural wolf hunting season open Nov. 3. Collete Adkins Giese, an attorney for the center, says they're hoping the Supreme Court disagrees and rules before the season begins.
The Department of Natural Resources disputes the groups' claims that its process for taking comments on its wolf season regulations fell short of what state law requires. The DNR plans to let hunters and trappers take 400 wolves.