Advice for wining the war-on-wolves. There’s a culture of trolling, attention seekers, and the haters in the comment section on every wolf advocacy page. Those trolls can create a culture of angry rhetoric real fast. It’s my experience (been doing this since the year 2000) that anyone claiming to kill a wolf and use the […]Read More Education and Awareness Wins Over Angry Rhetoric Every Time…
Wolves are sentient beings that feel pain just as humans do. Wolves are highly social and care for one another. Wolves live in family groups, and teach their young how to survive. We cannot afford to lose these remarkable beings that share our planet. We must shift away from the old ways of killing to […]Read More Take Action – Wolves need our help…
Man’s destructive track record on wildlife, over the last ten thousand years, makes me think humans are not essential for the survival of the planet. Humans have caused the extinction of thousands of essential sentient-beings. Simply put, wolves are free sentient-beings. I’m not going to measure their right to exist compared to “if they help […]Read More Can we learn how to coexist with our fellow sentient-beings that share our planet before it’s too late?
Wolf recovery in Wisconsin began in the late 1970s, and after almost forty years, is still ruled by aggressive hunting conservation policies of; kill-them-to-conserve-them. “Increasing human tolerance of large carnivores may be the best way to save these species from extinction,” said co-researcher William Ripple…Also, more large protected areas are urgently needed for large carnivore […]Read More Wisconsin’s wolf management policy is down-right-hostile
Source: Journal Sentinel by Mary Falk , February 15, 2017 We sure don’t need our state’s U.S. senators signing off on bills allowing wolves to be indiscriminately killed. I raise cattle, sheep and goats on 200 acres in Burnett County, where my family runs a small cheese plant. Since our farm connects to a wildlife corridor, […]Read More Opinion Editorial: Proposal to delist wolves will lead to problems
Conservationists widen toolkit for predator management Source: Berkeley News By Brett Israel, 12/13/16 Top predators like wolves, bears, lions and tigers have declined dramatically around the world over the past century. One major driver of these declines is retaliatory killing by people following predator attacks on domestic livestock. This lethal approach to predator management is increasingly […]Read More Top predators like wolves, bears, lions and tigers have declined dramatically around the world over the past century
If you are running an operation that breeds prized bighorn sheep for stocking game preserves throughout America for trophy hunters why wouldn’t you maintain secure fencing? This operation run by sheep farmers Paul and Judy Canik in Butternut, WI, is in wolf country. Will they be reimbursed for their loss? Will they be held accountable to maintain […]Read More Wolves kill 17 bighorn sheep being raised to sell to hunting clubs and game preserves across America for trophy hunts