There are howls surrounding Wisconsin wolves.
Wisconsin’s Department of Natural Resources wants to get away from a specific number of wolves in the state, but some lawmakers aren’t ready to follow. A handful are pushing a plan at the Capitol that would set a wolf population number into state law. State Senator Rob Stafsholt says lawmakers don’t have a specific number in mind, but they do want to have a number. He says it was a shock to hunters and farmers that DNR’s new proposed wolf plan doesn’t have a population target.