Fans of “Teen Wolf” have many opportunities to help real wolves, including the wolves in Michigan, who came back from near extinction and are now about to be hunted.
“The simple fact of the matter is, we’re having a wolf hunt because people want to hunt wolves,” said Marvin Roberson, a staff forest ecologist with the Michigan Sierra Club. “There’s no scientific reason to hunt wolves. They’re an endangered species success story. They’ve come back from zero in Michigan over the past 25 years to 650 or so.”
Marvin said wolves haven’t killed any people in Michigan, and in fact more Michiganders have been injured by hamsters than wolves. It was made-up stories against wolves that got all this going in the first place.