Facebook Live Talk Show “Stories of People & Wolves” Next Guest is Suzanne Asha Stone

Co founder, Suzanne Asha Stone, of the Wood River Wolf Project in Idaho will talk with hosts Brunella and Rachel Wednesday May 27, 2020 at 10:30 AM Central Time on Wolves of Douglas County News Facebook Page. Join us Wednesday May 27th at 10:30 AM Central Time on Wolves of Douglas County News Facebook Page … Continue reading Facebook Live Talk Show “Stories of People & Wolves” Next Guest is Suzanne Asha Stone

Compassionate Conservation—Saving The Lives of Wild Carnavore and Livestock

Real world solutions to using non lethal wolf management for people and wild Carnavore. I’ve been a volunteer for Wisconsin’s wolf recovery since 1998. There were only 66 wolf packs in the state at that time. Today there are roughly 232 wolf packs spread through the northern and central forests. Thankfully wolf and livestock conflicts … Continue reading Compassionate Conservation—Saving The Lives of Wild Carnavore and Livestock

In celebration of Wisconsin Wolf Awareness Week: A Wisconsin Premiere of “Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” screens in Madison 

Wednesday, October 18, 2017 at 7:00 p.m.  The Humane Society of the United States, Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin, Foxlights International PTY LTD, Wolf Education & Research Center, and Plan B Foundation present - WORT 89.9 FM welcomes- The Wisconsin Premiere of the award winning documentary film "Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest" Produced by … Continue reading In celebration of Wisconsin Wolf Awareness Week: A Wisconsin Premiere of “Gray Area: Wolves of the Southwest” screens in Madison 

Opinion Editorial: Proposal to delist wolves will lead to problems

Source: Journal Sentinel  by Mary Falk , February 15, 2017 We sure don’t need our state’s U.S. senators signing off on bills allowing wolves to be indiscriminately killed. I raise cattle, sheep and goats on 200 acres in Burnett County, where my family runs a small cheese plant. Since our farm connects to a wildlife corridor, … Continue reading Opinion Editorial: Proposal to delist wolves will lead to problems

New evidence proves that proactive use of nonlethal techniques can help reduce depredation on large open-range operations.

Foxlights a nighttime predator deterrent developed by Ian Whalan, an Australian sheep farmer was a part of this seven year case study, "Adaptive use of nonlethal strategies for minimizing wolf–sheep conflict in Idaho"  published in the Journal of Mammalogy    Suzanne A. Stone Stewart W. Breck Jesse Timberlake Peter M. Haswell Fernando Najera Brian S. Bean … Continue reading New evidence proves that proactive use of nonlethal techniques can help reduce depredation on large open-range operations.

Wisconsin politicians are pushing for state management of wolves… 

If the people want the state to manage wolves then there must be full transparency of that process. Until then we must work to keep wolves listed on the Endangered Species Act.  The state has a law on the books that calls for a mandatory wolf hunt if they are delisted.  Wisconsin is the only … Continue reading Wisconsin politicians are pushing for state management of wolves… 

Foxlights is a non lethal predator deterrent device that is saving lives around the world

Foxlights Night Predator Deterrent  "It is my belief Foxlights have the potential of assisting in the saving of many endangered species around the world." ~ Ian Whalan Ian Whalan is a sheep farmer from Austrailia. He invented Foxlights so he could sleep through the night, because it was too bloody cold out there to check … Continue reading Foxlights is a non lethal predator deterrent device that is saving lives around the world