Dumping cattle carcasses is illegal in Michigan and Wisconsin. You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to figure out that leaving carcasses in the woods, especially in wolf range, will attract wild carnivores. It’s just plain and simple common sense practice to dispose of livestock properly. Properly disposing of dead livestock also helps prevent […]Read More Researcher found that nearly one-third of the diet of the wolves studied consisted of dump sites on nearby farms…
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: Coyote concerns ‘There is a need to co-exist with wildlife,’ says geographer April 12, 2016 BY MEAGHAN WHELAN You are more likely to be struck by lightning seven times before being attacked by an animal predator. With odds like that, why are people so worried about the presence of coyotes? Dr. Alistair Bath, Department […]Read More You are more likely to be struck by lightning seven times before being attacked by an animal predator.