Wolf population numbers were released on June 16, 2016 by Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. The data from 2015-16 winter estimated between 866 and 897 wolves in northern Wisconsin with 222 packs. It’s a well know fact supported by scientific data that Wisconsin can support those numbers of wolves. That is as long as people work towards a solution and do not fixate on the problem. 

Let’s look for solutions on how people can live alongside the wolf.  There are predator deterrents out there that can help livestock producers. One such deterrent is: Foxlights is a non lethal predator deterrent device that is saving lives around the world. 

Those that fixate on the problem more than likely have an agenda that drives them. That agenda isn’t always what’s best for everyone. 

 

Celebrate the success of 4 decades of Wisconsin’s wolf recovery program 

 
Celebrate the success of 4 decades of Wisconsin’s wolf recovery program during Wolf Awareness Week for the Wisconsin premiere of the award winning documentary film ‘Medicine of the Wolf’ in Madison Wednesday October 19th 2016 at 7 pm. Tickets on sale now for Wisconsin’s premiere of the award winning documentary film ‘Medicine of the Wolf’ – Click HERE for more details.