Ontonagon County — The gray wolf stands its ground, staring. Its muzzle hides jagged incisors.Tom Dykstra, who owns this Upper Peninsula cattle farm, pauses. Eyes lock; his blue, the wolf’s amber-brown. Maybe 30 yards. They stare, neither moving for 15-20 seconds. An eternity. It is a Friday in September. Dusk is falling.Dykstra is about a mile from the farmhouse, checking on his cows. The light-colored wolf, brownish gray, finally turns.