Today is the start of Michigan’s first wolf-hunting season since they came off the endangered species list.
The "Detroit Free Press" reports a Rives Junction man from Jackson County made the first kill -- a 75-pound male in Baraga County.
He wants to stay anonymous because he says he's gotten death threats for hunting wolves.
The Michigan DNR will allow 43 wolves to be killed between now and the end of the year.
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