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
A Wisconsin gray wolf. Photograph credit Snapshot Wisconsin. Opportunities for Collaboration: A Shared Vision for Wolves in Wisconsin from http://www.wigreenfire.org Wednesday, August 26, 11:00am to 12:30pm How: Space is Limited and Registration is Required. Register “The Western Great Lakes states could soon see the federal de-listing of gray wolves which have made a historic comeback … Continue reading Wisconsin’s Green Fire Hosting a Webinar Panel Discussion on Gray Wolves
...Duffy wants management returned to the states and court challenges of management plans would not be allowed under his proposal. Duffy proposes removing wolves from Endangered Species Act Law would eliminate possible court challenges by Rick Olivo Ashland Daily Press firstname.lastname@example.org U.S. Rep. Sean Duffy again is trying to kill Endangered Species Act protection for … Continue reading US Rep Sean Duffy (R-WI) Proposes Removing Endangered Species Act Protection for Gray Wolves in the Lower 48 States…
Source: madison.com Dear Editor: Sen. Tom Tiffany promotes wolf delisting to restart wolf hunting seasons, else "you're going to see attacks on pets, cattle and hopefully not people." He warns hunters to "watch out for wolves." Like his wolf consultant, bear hounder Laurie Groskopf, Tiffany exaggerates, misleads, and scaremongers. Listed or delisted, wolves posing threat to … Continue reading Letter to the editor: We don’t need wolf hunting seasons to control wolf depredation
By Adrian Wydeven As often is the case with ecological issues, simple answers or solutions are often inadequate or incorrect. Everyone likes a good mystery, especially one where an unlikely candidate is revealed as the culprit. This “Ah ha!” moment is a staple of the genre and most of us can remember the satisfaction of … Continue reading Opinion editorial: Numbers don’t add up in wolf-hound debate
Source Wisconsin has more than 200 wolf packs and 28 lone wolves and you can help track them this winter. Click HERE to learn about how you can help track wolves this winter. The state Department of Natural Resources will hold 15 workshops or classes on tracking and wolf ecology from now to February and is … Continue reading 5 things to know for Wolf Week in Wisconsin
Aired September 14, 2016 Listen to Joy Cardin Show on Wisconsin Public Radio Click HERE to listen to the broadcast- Supporters of a gray wolf hunt in Wisconsin will meet Thursday to discuss the animal’s increasing presence in the state and an uptick in the number of attacks on livestock, hunting dogs and pets. Our guests weigh … Continue reading WPR Joy Cardin Show – Big Question: Who Should Control Wisconsin’s Wolf Population?
Source: Wolves program set for Thursday at NGLVC by Sara M Chase, Ashland Daily Press Children’s stories and fairy tales perpetuate accounts of the dangers of wolves, from the wolf that eats Little Red Riding Hood’s grandmother to the big bad wolf who huffs and puffs and blows down the little piggy’s houses. That’s programmed people … Continue reading Wisconsin Wolves Presentation Thursday March 24 at 7 p.m. At the Great Lakes Visitor Center