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:-D Wolves in Wisconsin and some other midwestern states were taken off the endangered list. I read the story on the Wisconsin DNR site. Don't get too excited. They are still threahtened. The fine for shooting one is reduced from $100,000 to $25,000. It's possible there could be a season in a few years. :sniper:
 

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They have been in KY for at least 13 years that i know of.The reason i
know is my sisters little dog came up missing one morning,she looked for the dog all day. That evening she was out on her back porch calling the dog & out of the woods came a wolf snareling & growling. She runs in & tells my brother inlaw & of all the guns he has he grabs a 10/22 runs out & put 10 rnds in the wolf, goes back in puts the gun up then goes back out & the wolf has drug hiself back to the edge of the woods. He runs back in gets the 243 & finishes the wolf. They call the game warden & he tells them there are know wolves in KY & that if there was there was a steep fine for shooting one. My sister called her vet & told the story, he told her that he would send the head off & see if it was a wolf (it did resemble a Husky) When the results came back it was 99.9% wolf, the 0.01 % remaining was were it was kept in captivity at some point & time. The little dog was never found, Could have just as easily been a kid!!
 
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