On Friday a Dane County Circuit Judge issued a temporary injunction halting the wolf hunt season.

John E. Marriott Photography On Friday Judge Jacob Frost halted Wisconsin's fall wolf season two weeks before hunters were set to take to the woods. Frost issued a temporary injunction halting the season, which was set to begin Nov. 6 https://vimeo.com/638215974 Frost said the law creating the wolf season is constitutional on its face, but … Continue reading On Friday a Dane County Circuit Judge issued a temporary injunction halting the wolf hunt season.

Interview on PBS of Peter David Regarding Wisconsin’s Upcoming Wolf Hunt set to begin on November 6, 2021

From PBS Wisconsin’s Here & Now Show Here & Now' Recap: Peter David… Here's what guests on the Oct. 15, 2021 episode had to say about the wolf hunt, ... https://youtu.be/55W3DZn0K38 With Wisconsin's controversial wolf hunt set to begin in a little more than three weeks, six Chippewa tribes want a federal judge to halt … Continue reading Interview on PBS of Peter David Regarding Wisconsin’s Upcoming Wolf Hunt set to begin on November 6, 2021

Federal judge sets October 29 hearing in Ojibwe tribes’ effort to halt Wisconsin wolf hunt

Wisconsin Tribes Seek Court Order to Stop November Wolf Hunt October 1, 2021 Six Ojibwe tribes file motion for preliminary injunction against the state Madison, WI—EarthJustice is back in court today on behalf of six Ojibwe tribes seeking a preliminary injunction to stop Wisconsin from holding a wolf hunt in November. The motion asks the … Continue reading Federal judge sets October 29 hearing in Ojibwe tribes’ effort to halt Wisconsin wolf hunt

Listen to the recording of Monday Night’s Show: WORT Radio’ Access Hour of Wisconsin’s Thirty-First Wolf Awareness Week Show

Rachel Tilseth, the author of Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin, hosted this week’s Access Hour. She was joined by Alexander Vaeth this past Monday, October 11th at 07:00 PM on WORT Radio’ Access Hour, where they hosted an in-depth conversation about Wisconsin’s Thirty-First Wolf Awareness Week (WAW) with special guests Adrian Wydeven; who led the … Continue reading Listen to the recording of Monday Night’s Show: WORT Radio’ Access Hour of Wisconsin’s Thirty-First Wolf Awareness Week Show

U.S. District Judge scheduled hearing on tribes’ request for a preliminary injunction blocking the fall hunt for Oct. 29.

Photograph credit John E Marriott Six Chippewa tribes filed a lawsuit on Sept. 21 seeking to block the hunt, saying hunters killed too many wolves during the state's February season and kill quotas from the fall hunt aren't grounded in science. U.S. District Judge James Peterson on Friday scheduled a hearing on the tribes' request … Continue reading U.S. District Judge scheduled hearing on tribes’ request for a preliminary injunction blocking the fall hunt for Oct. 29.

WORT Radio’ Access Hour Presents: Wisconsin’s Thirty-First Wolf Awareness Week, Monday October 11th, at 7:00 PM

I’m Rachel Tilseth, author of Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin inviting you to join Alexander Vaeth and myself, Monday, October 11th at 07:00 PM on WORT Radio’ Access Hour , where we will be hosting an in-depth conversation about Wisconsin’s Thirty-First Wolf Awareness Week (WAW) with special guests Adrian Wydeven; who led the Wisconsin DNR … Continue reading WORT Radio’ Access Hour Presents: Wisconsin’s Thirty-First Wolf Awareness Week, Monday October 11th, at 7:00 PM

Federal Lawsuit by Tribes is the Latest Challenge to Wisconsin’s Wolf Hunt

“The legends and stories tell us as brothers we walk hand in hand together. What happens to the Ma’iingan (wolf) happens to humanity," said Marvin DeFoe in a statement, Red Cliff tribal elder and member of the Voigt Intertribal Task Force with the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission.WPR Art by Mark Anthony Jacobson … Continue reading Federal Lawsuit by Tribes is the Latest Challenge to Wisconsin’s Wolf Hunt

Take Action by submitting your comment to USFWS about re-listing grey wolves in the western states.

Photograph credit NPS. The US Fish & Wildlife Service finds that the petitions present substantial, credible information indicating that a listing action may be warranted and will initiate a comprehensive status review of the gray wolf in the western U.S.. Further…The Service finds the petitioners present substantial information that potential increases in human-caused mortality may … Continue reading Take Action by submitting your comment to USFWS about re-listing grey wolves in the western states.