Wisconsin’s Elusive Gray Wolf Deserves Our Protection…

In the late 1970s wolf Recovery in Wisconsin began. The Gray wolf made a comeback after being eradicated through hunting and trapping in Wisconsin. It wasn't long before hunting special interests groups began their bid to get Wisconsin's Gray wolf delisted. Sadly after 40 years of recovery these special interests (Fringe hunters) hunting groups got … Continue reading Wisconsin’s Elusive Gray Wolf Deserves Our Protection…

Will the Government Ever Get it Right on Delisting the Gray Wolf in the Great Lakes Region?

These and other questions come to mind as the Federal Government Working On Removing Gray Wolf From Endangered Species List . Will Wisconsin be transparent in its management of the Gray wolf population, and once again allow for greater pubic input as it did prior to the 2012 USF&WS delisting decision. In 2011 WISCONSIN ACT … Continue reading Will the Government Ever Get it Right on Delisting the Gray Wolf in the Great Lakes Region?

Washington State University wolf researcher agrees to settle lawsuit…

Dr. Rob Wielgus: War on Wolf Science https://youtu.be/LU7mbDEbpjk Rob is one of the continent’s leading experts on wolf-livestock interactions. His pioneering research on wolves and livestock in eastern Washington found that lethal control of wolves was in fact increasing livestock depredations, and that ranchers who took part in his cooperative program employing nonlethal measures experienced … Continue reading Washington State University wolf researcher agrees to settle lawsuit…

Killing is Not Conservation…

...The idea that only man is equipped for conserving our planet's natural resources is a dying concept; dying right along with the untold numbers of wild sentient beings killed in the name of conservation. Such problems drive home a critical flaw in the paradigm of conserving wildlife. In the state of Wisconsin alone coyotes are … Continue reading Killing is Not Conservation…

The value of play for the curious wolf pup…

...The arrival of spring brings a new generation of wolves ready to explore the world. However, these youngsters will require training and socialization within their family unit before assuming their places in the pack hierarchy. Play is an important component for their training and growth. By Alex Krevitz, M.A. Science Editor for Wolves of Douglas … Continue reading The value of play for the curious wolf pup…

Some common sense advice for coexisting with wildlife.

Here in Wisconsin north woods springtime, like in Vermont, can bring out the wildlife.  The following article has some common sense advise on living around wildlife habitats.    Source: Brushes with wildlife make people nervous By Kayla Friedrich | Stowe Reporter April is one of the best times of year to see and hear wildlife … Continue reading Some common sense advice for coexisting with wildlife.

Peaceful coexistence and responsible environmental stewardship for living with wildlife will be man’s greatest achievement. 

Seven billion human beings are living on planet Earth's thin crust. Learning to live side by side with other species is now one of man's most vital tasks.  It's basic-survival-101 for planet Earth.   Nitish Madan photograph Is it too late for wild tigers?  Over the last century wild tiger numbers have plummeted by over 95%. … Continue reading Peaceful coexistence and responsible environmental stewardship for living with wildlife will be man’s greatest achievement. 

North Woods Living, Tips for ‘Coexisting with Your Wild Neighbors’

Living in the north woods near wild animals can be a wonderful experience. There is nothing that can match sighting a bobcat with kits, a doe with a new fawn, snowy owls, bear, swans, and porcupines.  If you have chosen to live in a north woods rural area, here are a few tips for living … Continue reading North Woods Living, Tips for ‘Coexisting with Your Wild Neighbors’