The state says more than 100 wolves have been killed during Minnesota's first managed wolf hunt. The Department of Natural Resources says 109 wolves have been taken in the first eight days of the hunt, which includes 47 in the northeast hunting zone.
Hunters participating in Minnesota's wolf hunt found the animals to be elusive on day one. A total of 3,600 licenses were issued for the early wolf season, which started Saturday. By that evening, 32 wolves were killed.
Hunters and trappers who entered the lottery for licenses in Minnesota's first-ever wolf season can now check online to see if they won. The Department of Natural Resources received more than 23,000 applications for the 6,000 available licenses.
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