Hunters using dogs in pursuit of bear in the norths woods of Wisconsin run their hounds right through wolf rendezvous sites (where wolf pups are kept). Wolf pups are only about three months old when hunters begin running their dogs on bear. They run hounds through known wolf caution areas; even though WDNR sends out … Continue reading Harassment of an endangered species in the north woods of Wisconsin began July first
Why the name "Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin?"During Wisconsin's wolf recovery years I helped monitor wolves as a volunteer winter wolf carnivore tracker in Douglas County Wisconsin. I've been helping with wolf recovery since 1998. I've witnessed the conflict between bear hunters and wolves while radio trapping wolves in the Chequamegon national forest. They've hated … Continue reading Who’s really to blame for the conflict between bear hunters and wolves in Wisconsin’s north woods?