White Earth acts to ban wolf hunting
A new era in Minnesota hunting kicks off Saturday, as the gray wolf hunt starts at sunrise. But some area permit-holders are going to be disappointed.
The White Earth Indian Reservation declared the entire reservation a wolf sanctuary and no wolf hunting will be allowed.
The gray or timber wolf was removed from the endangered species list in January and the Minnesota Legislature quickly passed a wolf hunting bill, which Gov. Mark Dayton signed during the 2012 session.