Stated by Paul A. Smith , Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
“In one of its strongest acts of science in recent years, in 2014 the DNR issued the results of a public attitudes survey on wolves.
Among survey respondents in wolf range, 53% wanted wolf numbers maintained at current levels or increased in their county of residence, while 18% wanted wolves decreased and 15% wanted them eliminated.
Outside of wolf range, 56% wanted wolf numbers maintained or increased statewide.
At the time the survey was administered, Wisconsin had a minimum of 660 wolves, according to the DNR.
When the time returns for state management of wolves, the DNR owes it to all citizens of the state — wolf lovers and haters alike — to base its plan on the best available science.” click HERE to read full article from Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
It’s carefully crafted propaganda to make the wolf look bad by Rachel Tilseth