August 18, 2015
The National Park Service has opened a formal public comment period that closes on 29 August 2015, a chance for people to weigh in on the possible future management options for wolves in Isle Royale National Park, where the wolf population has plummeted because of a lack of gene flow from the mainland.
If you have commented before, please do so again, as anything preceding the current comment period is now considered informal input that may not be considered further.
The planning information from NPS can be found at this link:
The following link goes directly to the comment page. Note that the NPS has provided six Alternative Concepts, and seeks responses to five specific questions:
Thanks to you for your continuing interest in this unique wolf population!
(Many thanks to Leah Vucetich for her email and work that she does on behalf of wolves!)