Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin was founded in 2012 to bring education, awareness and to promote wolf recovery for Wisconsin’s imperiled wolf. WODCW has grown into a social media magnet; bringing the latest news, latest actions, latest alerts, interviews & fine arts & films to your life so you can make an informed decision. WODCW believes wolves do not not need  to be hunted in order to manage them. WODCW is involved in predator deterrents as a tool to manage wolves non lethally. Get involved, join the team: wolvesdouglasco@gmail.com. 

Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin (WODCW) is an independent blog, (news source) and is not affiliated, or in alignment with or in agreement with the views of any other wolf or wildlife organizations in Wisconsin. WODCW does not solicit for donations. WODCW educates and advocates 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 

Latest Comments

  1. yogiraman says:

    I deeply believe that such indiscriminate killing of our wild wolves is self-destructive and will impair our natural habitats. Please stop this destruction!


  2. Craig Hiler says:

    This killing of our wolves is a horrible statement of cruelty towards God’s creatures. They deserve respect and we should be working to live with them.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. wingsandwildhearts says:

    Thanks for following my blog, Rachel. Protecting wolves in all forms is more important than ever and I’ll definitely be reading your posts with interest.

    Liked by 1 person

  4. Paul Handover says:

    Rachel, what an incredible find your blog is. A result of your recent decision to follow Learning from Dogs. Thank you and I hope you will share some posts of yours over at my place.

    Liked by 1 person

  5. Vikas Acharya says:

    Thanks dear Rachel Tilseth, you are Awesome, and very creative 🙂


  6. Stacey Ann says:

    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.


  7. Bryan says:


    Came upon your blog by chance. Love it, and appreciate your efforts. Thought it was interesting that I happened upon your blog right after I posted this on mine:


    Glad to know you’re out there doing this. Will follow.


    Liked by 1 person

  8. B. Sab says:


    Just happened upon your blog. I think it’s great, and thought it was interesting that I found it not long after I posted this on mine:


    Appreciate your efforts, and will follow.



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