Wolf advocates met in Duluth to discuss the animal they so love.
The Howling for Wolves organization held their inaugural "Wolf Pack" meeting Saturday at the Duluth Public Library.
The purpose of the meeting was to establish a "wolf pack" in the Duluth area made up of wolf advocates.
Among the discussion points were updates on the legal status of wolves in Minnesota, activism for continued protection of the species, and the continued sustainment of the gray wolf which has become a Minnesota icon.
Leslie Rosedahl, with Howling for Wolves, says, "We're hoping to remove snares from Minnesota, like twenty other states in the country have. We're trying to remove the wolf hunt from the books, from the law books in St. Paul, so we know there won't be a wolf hunt again."
The Howling for Wolves organization was created to be what they call... a voice for wild wolves.