The Minnesota Department of Natural Resources in its survey released on Monday asserted that the state had around 2,278 wolves last winter, a number higher than last year, which wasaround 2,221. Overall, the wolf population is in healthy state.
The wolf packs have increased over the same period for good. Last year, there were 374 packs; the number now has climbed to 439 packs this year. The rise was outcome of the possible fact that the big carnivores have to travel less to find their food, whitetail deer.