Wis. experts seek to mitigate conflicts between wolves, humans

Wisconsin researchers have developed a mapping tool to manage conflicts that may arise between people and wolves amid the animal's growing population in the state. The so-called risk maps "should help us be one step closer to coexistence with wolves," one expert said.

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