Who’s setting out poison traps in Wisconsin’s north woods and why?

This question needs to be answered before anymore wild & domestic animals die. In Wisconsin there’s a joint investigation taking place by US Fish & Wildlife Service, US Forestry Service and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources into who’s setting out poison traps. The poison traps are meat balls laced with poison, and it’s suspected that […]

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A proposed Rule to Delist Gray Wolves Comment Period is Now Open: Fish and Wildlife Service, Interior are accepting public comments that are specific as possible…

…Include in your comments information from scientific journals and or from best available scientific data. In other words, submissions merely stating support for, or opposition to, the action under consideration without providing supporting information, although noted, will not meet the standard of best available scientific and commercial data. Read further to find links to articles […]

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Another Gray Wolf Delisting Threat, Take Note: Wisconsin quite literally, throws “dogs to the wolves.

The barbaric act of Wolf-Hounding is legal in Wisconsin. Please take action because U.S. Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) has again introduced a bipartisan amendment to the Natural Resources Management Act that would delist the gray wolf in western Great Lakes states, including Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota, as well as Wyoming under the Endangered Species Act of […]

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WDNR Conservation Wardens Seek the Public’s Help in the Investigation into the Killing of a Gray Wolf

Gray wolves in Wisconsin were delisted in January 2012, but were relisted in December 2014. The Federal Endangered Species Act (ESA) [exit DNR] protects all federally listed animals from direct killing, taking, or other activities that may be detrimental to the species. WDNR conservation wardens found the dead wolf on Thursday morning on U.S. Highway 10 in Waupaca […]

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