Thirty coyote carcasses were found illegally dumped on state lands in northern Bayfield county.

“The carcasses were dumped in a ditch on the side of Old Highway 2 near Bayfield county’s Fish Creek area,” Amie Egstad the WDNR Conservation Warden of Bayfield County said. All but two were skinned and left in the ditch. Warden Egstad stated the carcasses were dumped around two weeks ago. She has received a […]

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Madison Area: Project Coyote’s Film “Killing Games: Wildlife in the Crosshairs” is Screening on Friday at the Discovery Building…

This coming Friday, on April 12, 2019 at 7:00 PM, In Madison, Wisconsin there will be a screening of Project Coyote’s award-winning documentary film Killing Games: Wildlife in the Crosshairs produced and Directed by Camilla H. Fox, MA. The event takes place at the UW Discovery Building 330 N. Orchard St. View Map. More information can […]

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The 2019 Wisconsin black Bear Management draft plan is now available to the public for comment.

Click the highlighted words to read, review and comment on the plan. A draft of the revised bear management plan is now available for viewing. There will be six public information sessions (topic list available here) as well as an electronic comment tool beginning March 25. If you would like to provide comments on the 2019 – […]

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Meet the Advocates: Inside the Heart of Wolf Advocacy—The Yellowstone Story

This documentary tells the story of advocates working to preserve the legacy of Yellowstone National Park wolves that face an uncertain future because of legal wolf hunts just beyond the park’s border.  A famous wolf, known as 06, was killed in a legal wolf hunt when she left the park’s sanctuary in 2012. Six years […]

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The 2019 Wisconsin black Bear Management draft plan is now available to the public for comment.

You’ll find the information on how to comment towards the end of the blog. Wisconsinites it’s time for change concerning how our black bears are managed, or to be straight forward; how they are abused! Individual species should and must be managed for the good of the species and the habitat it depends. Wisconsin Department […]

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A proposed Rule to Delist Gray Wolves Comment Period is Now Open: Fish and Wildlife Service, Interior are accepting public comments that are specific as possible…

…Include in your comments information from scientific journals and or from best available scientific data. In other words, submissions merely stating support for, or opposition to, the action under consideration without providing supporting information, although noted, will not meet the standard of best available scientific and commercial data. Read further to find links to articles […]

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