Michigan's NRC and DNR: Evaluate the need for a hunting season in Michigan at least five years following the implementation of the Wolf Management Plan
  • Petitioned John Matonich

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Natural Resources Commission
John Matonich
Natural Resources Commission
J. R. Richardson
Natural Resources Commission
Debbie Whipple
Great Lakes Regional Director
Nancy Warren
Director of Education
Diane Bentivegna
DNR Director
Keith Creagh
Wildlife Division
Russ Mason

Michigan's NRC and DNR: Evaluate the need for a hunting season in Michigan at least five years following the implementation of the Wolf Management Plan

    1. Petition by

      National Wolfwatcher Coalition, 501(c)(3)

There is no scientific evidence or peer reviewed research that indicates the need for a recreational wolf hunting season in Michigan.

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    1. Reached 1,600 signatures

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    • Austin Green SOUTHGATE, MI
      • 10 months ago

      I like hunting, but wolves are endangered and present no harm to humans and we do not eat wolves.

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    • Shelley Schulz EAST WENATCHEE, WA
      • 12 months ago

      This puts all citizens at risk and neither DNR nor trapper takes any responsibility for a dog, child or person's injuries should they fall into these hidden unlimited traps. THEY SHOULD BE SUED. STOP THE KILLINGS ALL TOGETHER. You OWN LAND, PUT UP NO HUNTING SIGNS. Will shot on sight.

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    • Tanya Alonso KEARNY, NJ
      • about 1 year ago

      As a member of the Chippewa tribe in the Soo wolf are a large part of native history and culture and to kill these animals for sport is just wrong

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    • ZILKA DAMIEN AIX-EN-PROVENCE, FRANCE
      • over 1 year ago

      OK

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    • Alicia Williamson ANN ARBOR, MI
      • over 1 year ago

      I think these animals are essential to maintaining a healthy ecosystem. Having large predators such as wolves helps ensure that overpopulation of smaller rodent like species and deer do not overpopulate.

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