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Bear Hounds Killed/Injured in Bayfield, Burnett, Sawyer, and Washburn Counties

Over the weekend, Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves depredated or injured the following hunting dogs:

* A Redbone hound killed on 9/16/16 in Hunter Township, Sawyer County

* A Bluetick hound and a Plott/Walker hound killed in the same incident on 9/17/16 in Washburn Township, Bayfield County

* A Bluetick hound killed on 9/17/16 in Blaine Township, Burnett County

* A Plott hound killed, and two Plott hounds injured, in the same incident on 9/17/16 in Frog Creek Township, Washburn County

* A Walker hound killed on 9/18/16 in Hughes Township, Bayfield County 

More information and a caution area-map are available on the gray wolf webpage.

Hunters are reminded to use the caution-area maps on the DNR website (dnr.wi.gov, keyword "wolf management") to help reduce conflicts during this year's bear dog training and hunting seasons.

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