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The Department of Natural Resources reported Tuesday that hunters had taken almost three quarters of the allotted quotas in three zones covering the lower two thirds of the state as well as a large portion along the Michigan border.
The suit, filed Tuesday in Waukesha County Circuit Court, seeks to block the DNR’s ability to require cleanup of unregulated “emerging contaminants,” such as compounds known as PFAS that have polluted groundwater in sites across the state, including Madison.
The Department of Natural Resources reported at 4 p.m. Wednesday that hunters had registered 182 wolves since the hunt began Monday, or about 15% of the estimated population. The quota for non-native hunters was 119 wolves.