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Posted: Nov 18 2006, 10:29 PM
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IRON RIVER, Mich. Feeding deer may have an unintended result -- it could attract wolves.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources says wolf sightings are up sharply this fall in one section of Iron County in the Upper Peninsula.
State wolf coordinator Brian Roell says the reason may be deer feeding.
Roell says people who put out food hoping to attract deer for recreational viewing may not realize they're also luring wolves close to the neighborhood.
No pets have been injured in the area but several dogs have been chased.
The D-N-R says it is monitoring the situation closely.