An increase in wolf population has led to a significant decrease in lifestock population in certain states such as the states surrounding the Great Lakes including Minnesota, Michigan and Wisconsin.
As a result of the increase rise in Wolf population, the species has been removed from the endangered species list and several states such as Idaho and Montana have begun establishing wolf hunting seasons.
Well, with more and more ranches encroaching on the wolf’s wild habitat, it’s only natural to assume that the wolves would be tempted to take a nibble on the cattle. Like Jmendez said, an increase in wolf numbers have increased these occurences.
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