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Only one grey wolf shot during deer hunt

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Wisconsin deer hunters shot only one grey wolf this fall, down from nine a year ago.

The Department of Natural Resources says it's probably because the federal government removed the wolf from the endangered species' list in March.

That gave Wisconsin and other states the right to manage grey wolves themselves.

Adrian Wydeven of the DNR said there's a better mechanism in place for landowners to get rid of problem wolves themselves.

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