The Only One, Part 2 by Egantx7

Question 12

In 2014, the wolf population in this national park had dropped to two, an alarming development since observations of the wolf and moose populations in this national park had been one of the longest ongoing population studies at 55 years. This national park consists of over 400 islands in Lake Superior, and is named for the largest of those islands, which despite being much closer to Minnesota, is a part of Michigan. Identify this national park, the only U.S. national park to be completely closed during the winter season.

Isle Royal (National Park)