Russ Mason knows managing wildlife is not just about science. Mason runs the state's wildlife division. It's his job to make sure we don't have too many deer, but not too few. He's also trying to keep wild pigs from overrunning Michigan's forests and fields. He says the state needs to be able to shoot wolves that are causing problems but his federal counterparts have failed to take the animal off the endangered species list three times. Mason joins us this week on Points North. Live Friday morning at 9 a.m.