- Associated Press - Thursday, October 16, 2014

MADISON, Wis. (AP) - Hunters have killed a dozen Wisconsin wolves over the first day and a half of the season.

The third annual wolf season got underway Wednesday. According to data on the state Department of Natural Resources website as of mid-afternoon Thursday showed hunters had taken 12 wolves, including three in far northwestern Wisconsin’s Zone 1; three in far northeastern Wisconsin’s Zone 2; three in northwestern Wisconsin’s Zone 3; and three in central Wisconsin’s Zone 5.

The statewide kill limit is 150 animals. That means hunters can take 138 more wolves.


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