National Park Service
In November, Isle Royale National Park held a series of public meetings to discuss the status of wolf management in the park. During the meetings, the Natural Resources team presented information about the history of wolves on Isle Royale, climate change implications, and current and future status. This information is found in the following documents:
Did You Know?
The last glacier receded from this area about 10,000 years ago. As the glaciers melted, they formed a huge lake which permanently separated Isle Royale from the mainland. Today, the coolness of the big lake (Lake Superior) creates a climate in which artic plant species grow.