(LANSING)  The official wolf hunting season in Michigan is almost over, but it looks likek hunters may get some extra time to finish the job.  So far, only 10 wolves have been taken in the special hunt called by the state to limit the herd in Michigan's Upper Peninsula.  43 is the target.  If that many aren't taken by the end of the season on November 30th, the hunt will be extended until the end of next month.  While hunters and farmers Up North say the animals have become a danger to people, pets and livestock, others--like animal rights activists--were hoping voters would ultimately decide whether a special hunt should be called.