A Wisconsin grey Wolf. Photograph credit Snapshot Wisconsin Wisconsin is home to an estimated one-thousand grey wolves that are living throughout the northern & central forests. People & Wolves Talk Show will be presenting a series about the history of the grey wolf in Wisconsin. The shows will include several segments, that include: the history … Continue reading People & Wolves Talk Show Presents: The Grey Wolf is a Part of Wisconsin’s Wild Legacy Series
Photograph credit John E Marriott Our next show will be all about Compassionate Conservation.Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin believes Compassionate Conservation is the future, developed first by Born Free Foundation.The following Compassionate Conservation concepts are from Born Free Foundation. Our host Alexander Vaeth https://vimeo.com/510770652 First, do no harm as a commitment to prioritising non-invasive approaches … Continue reading People & Wolves Talk Show Explores the Concepts of “Compassionate Conservation”
Making a difference for Wisconsin’s wild grey wolf. A Wisconsin Grey Wolf. Photograph credit Al Sherwinski The following two organizations have been around for decades and have proven track records on educating the public about grey wolves. Both these organizations regularly hold wolf education seminars led by expert wolf biologist & professionals in the field. … Continue reading Organizations Leading the Way in Wolf Education & Recovery
A wolf hunt in Wisconsin could happen as early as January 2021. The Wisconsin Bear Hunters Association is pushing for a wolf hunt without allowing the public to weigh in. As it stands now with any delisting, because of the Walker administration’s legislation that mandated a wolf hunt, the WDNR has no choice, but to … Continue reading There’s a push to hold a wolf hunt even though there’s no updated state management plan in Wisconsin.
Photograph credit EarthJustice I’ve been involved in Wisconsin’s Wolf Recovery plan since the year 2000. The concern I have with the state management of its gray wolf is the legislative mandated wolf hunt. Wisconsin law, Act 169 states: if the wolf is not listed on the federal or Wisconsin endangered list, the department shall allow … Continue reading Grey Wolf Delisting Raises Concerns About Wisconsin’s Management Process
Photo by John E. Marriott Last week, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) reported a 13% increase in the number of wolves in the state over the last year, bringing the estimated total to just over 1000. The annual count, from April 2019 to April 2020, is primarily conducted over the winter when tracking … Continue reading The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Reports Increased Gray Wolf Numbers but Threats to Recovery Loom Ahead
Photograph credit: photographer David Yarrow “Wolf-in-Chicago” theme. This has been anticipated by several organizations, including Wisconsin’s Green Fire , that held a webinar last week. The webinar program featured a trio of expert panelists envisioning a future for wolves in Wisconsin. Panelists: Adrian Wydeven, WGF Wildlife Co-Chair; Jodi Habush Sinykin, Midwest Environmental Advocates; Peter David, … Continue reading This week the Trump Administration announced plans to remove endangered gray wolf protections by end of the year.
Opportunities for Collaboration: A Shared Vision for Wolves in Wisconsin by Wisconsin’s Green Fire Panelists: Adrian Wydeven, WGF Wildlife Co-Chair; Jodi Habush Sinykin, Midwest Environmental Advocates; Peter David, Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission https://youtu.be/lR8kBt_mGdk “The Western Great Lakes states could soon see the federal de-listing of gray wolves which have made a historic … Continue reading Webinar program featured a trio of expert panelists envisioning a future for wolves in Wisconsin.
Photograph of a Wisconsin gray wolf. Credit Snapshot Wisconsin. It’s very evident that if something isn’t done to change the law gray wolves in Wisconsin will be hunted. The United States Fish & Wildlife Service, USFWS will soon be making a decision whether or not to delist wolves in Wisconsin, Minnesota & Michigan. More information … Continue reading Wisconsin law, Act 169 states: if the wolf is not listed on the federal or Wisconsin endangered list, the department shall allow the hunting and trapping of wolves…
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