The number of wolves in northern Minnesota shot up 25 percent last year. So why do the federal courts still insist they can management the population better than the DNR?

MN Wolf Population Way Up But Court Still Bans State Management – American Experiment

The number of wolves in Minnesota soared last year, confirming the predator’s comeback as one of the Endangered Species List’ success stories. The wolf population leaped forward 25 percent thanks to a corresponding increase in the whitetail deer herd, according to the Duluth News Tribune. But to man…