Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Menomonie, Wisconsin has Local Sponsorship Opportunities Available!

Thank you for considering being a sponsor of the Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Menomonie! Tainter Menomin Lake Improvement Association (TMLIA), in partnership with the Wolves of Douglas County … Read More

Minnesota & Wisconsin Photography Competition: Featuring Wild Canids

Photography Competition will be open for entree on May 1, 2020. The competition will be accepting photographs of wild canids from Minnesota & Wisconsin “Red & Grey fox, Coyote and … Read More

The Voyageurs Wolf Project: Ecology of Summer Wolves in Northern Minnesota

Some of the first howls from a pup of the Wiyapka Lake Pack in early May 2019. The pack had a total of 5 pups in 2019, and the pups … Read More

Twenty-five Year Anniversary of Wolf Reintroduction in Yellowstone National Park

Today, in Yellowstone National Park, twenty-five years later; The Montana and Wyoming Legislature dismissed the idea of a buffer zone for wolves that wander outside Yellowstone, instead instating a law … Read More

The Most Persecuted Native Carnivore…

Coyotes are hunted year-round in an open hunting season with unlimited daily bag statewide in Wisconsin. The scientific data doesn’t support such a reckless hunt of a wild carnivore. Coyotes … Read More

Tracking the Pack: You might never actually see a gray wolf, but the sign they leave behind makes up for it!

Gray wolves are shy and elusive creatures living in Wisconsin’s northern & central forests. Today there are around 978 gray wolves in Wisconsin according to the Wisconsin Department of Natural … Read More

The Italian Wolf: Unique Subspecies in the world

The Rare Canis lupus italicus By Brunella Pernigotti The population of the Italian wolf is a unique subspecies in the world: it’s Canis lupus italicus, as the great Italian naturalist … Read More

A Film Explores the thoughtful “Can Do” Approach Solving Serious Problems

“Living with Carnivores: Boneyards, Bears and Wolves” is a documentary film about living with large carnivores. The story begins a decade ago in western Montana’s Blackfoot River Valley and explores … Read More

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