Wisconsin's second annual wolf hunt has now closed in four of six zones in the state.
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says 11 wolves were killed in a hunting zone in the northeastern part of the state. The kill limit for the zone was 12 wolves. The DNR has now closed hunting in 60 percent of the zones in state. Hunters and trappers can still pursue wolves in the remaining two zones. The wolf hunting season is scheduled to end in February, or when quotas are reached.