The gray wolf is one of the endangered species in Michigan due to changes in their habitat conditions where natural processes and cycles influence them. Also, some wolves have died due to diseases making them become endangered species. However, endangered species in Michigan are protected on private and public land. Conversely, the endangered species declares that a person is not permitted to take or harm the endangered species (Bennett, 1983).Further, it states that it is the responsibility of the reports for review so as to check if the endangered species has the probability to occur within the scope of the project.
Concerning the gray wolf, the state of Michigan implemented a wolf recovery and management plan, the plan recommends protecting and managing at least two hundred wolves on the Upper Peninsula. The aim of this scheme is to make sure that the population of the wolves remains above level and practical.