Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin

Education & Awareness-Practice Compassionate Conservation-Do No Harm-Peaceful Coexistence -Individual Species Matter-Value All Wildlife

About

Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin was founded in 2012 to bring education, awareness and to promote wolf recovery for Wisconsin’s imperiled wolf. WODCW Is a publication that provides news and feature stories to the public through various distribution channels. Media outlets include newspapers, magazines, radio, television, and the Internet. WODCW provides readers with the latest news, latest actions, latest alerts, interviews & fine arts & films to your life so you can make an informed decision. 

Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin believes Compassionate Conservation is the future.

First, do no harm as a commitment to prioritising non-invasive approaches in conservation research and practice, and an acknowledgement that invasive interventions may harm individuals, populations, and ecosystems.

Individuals matter in conservation research and practice, not merely as units of species and populations, and should be treated with compassion both in the wild and in captivity

Valuing all wildlife as worthy of conservation effort, whether native or introduced, whether common or rare, and regardless of perceived usefulness to humans

Peaceful coexistence with wildlife is the ultimate aim guiding compassionate conservation practices

Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin (WODCW) is an independent blog, (news source) and is not affiliated, or in alignment with or necessarily in agreement with the views of any other wolf or wildlife organizations in Wisconsin. WODCW does not solicit for donations. WODCW is about education & awareness for wolf recovery in Wisconsin. Wolf recovery in Wisconsin began in the late 1970s. Wolves are a part of Wisconsin’s wild legacy. Blog: http://www.wolvesofdouglascountywisconsin.com, Instragram: @wolvesofdouglascountywisconsin, Twitter: @WolvesDouglasCo, Facebook: http://www.WolvesOfDouglasCountyWisconsin.com 

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  1. Thank you for setting an example to be followed and for advocating compassion for these misunderstood and majestic animals. I can only long for the day when we will learn how to co-exist with wildlife.

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