Gray Wolf Western Great Lakes DPS
Post-Delisting Monitoring Plan and Reports
Following the Feb. 8, 2007 final rule to delist the Gray Wolf Western Great Lakes Distinct Population Segment, a draft Post-delisting Monitoring Plan was published for public review and comment. A final plan was then released on April 10, 2008. Below are documents pertaining to the final post-delisting monitoring plan.
Gray Wolf Western Great Lakes Distinct Population Segment: 2012-2014 Post Delisting Monitoring Annual Report (September 2014) - This is the first of five annual reports planned by the USFWS to summarize the best available information regarding the status of gray wolves in the Distinct Population Segment. We plan to complete subsequent reports at approximately 12-month intervals from this report’s completion date.
Post-Delisting Monitoring Plan for Western Great Lakes Distinct Population Segment of the Gray Wolf (February 2008)
Appendix: Responses to Public Comments (November 2007)
Federal Register Notice of Availability of the Post-Delisting Monitoring Plan for the Western Great Lakes Distinct
Population Segment of the Gray Wolf (Canis lupus) (April 10, 2008)
News Release: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Releases Post-Delisting Monitoring Plan for Gray Wolves in Western Great Lakes States (April 10, 2008)
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