Adrian’s been working for Wisconsin’s wild wolf since 1991 and that was when I first met him. He’s retired now from the department and is still active sharing his experience on various wolf committees. In the article (click blue highlighted words) to listen to his finally tuned wolf howl! I’ve been on many wolf howl … Continue reading The Washington Post Interviewed Retired Wolf Biologist, Adrian Wydeven, Regarding the February 2021 Wisconsin Wolf Hunt
The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources’ Wolf Management Plan Committee’s first of four meetings took place on July 22, 2021 in a public Zoom meeting. I’ve recorded thirty minutes of the meeting wherein the discussion was about the process of the committee and its’ role. WDNR has hired a facilitator to capture and put the … Continue reading Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources’ Wolf Management Plan Committee discussed the process & its’ role.
Learn all about the Voyageurs Wolf Project’s latest news & research. Host: Alexander Vaeth, Producer: Rachel Tilseth. Air Date: Thursday August 5, 2021 Time: 06:00 PM CST. Streaming on: YouTube People & Wolves Talk Show Channel https://youtu.be/4U8TDcuyKzE and Talk Show di persone e lupi —Lupi Italiani Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/TalkShowdipersoneelupiitaliani/ https://youtu.be/SlD_EkCj3jY The Voyageurs Wolf Project is … Continue reading People & Wolves Talk Show will be interviewing Voyageurs’ Wolf Project Lead “Thomas Gable”
Making a difference for Wisconsin’s wild gray wolf through educational outreach. The best method for dispelling myths and anti-wolf propaganda is through education. A few years go I invited TWA to come to my summer school class to educate the students on Wisconsin’s Wild wolf. They came prepared with curriculum that totally engaged students. The … Continue reading Educating the public against anti-wolf propaganda is key to the health & welfare of Wisconsin’s gray wolf.
Photo credit Angela Dassow Identifying individual gray wolves by use of radio-tracking has been used for many years. Because wolves are rarely seen this is one of the main ways biologists have used to monitor them. The collars are used to monitor gray wolves, are also known as radio telemetry. They weigh around a pound, … Continue reading Every wolf howls with its own “voice”and that’s how researchers are identifying non-radio-collared pack members.
Stats are from 2019, but still hold true in 2021 proving there is no scientific basis for a wolf hunt in Wisconsin or anywhere else! “Minnesota has also become the number two all time Boone and Crocket trophy white- tailed deer producing state, followed by Wisconsin. This might suggest that wolves and deer are co-existing … Continue reading Grey Wolves & White-tailed Deer: Urban Legend versus Scientific Fact
We educate so you can advocate. People & Wolves Talk Show works with dedicated professionals to document the conscious relationships between People & Wolves. People & Wolves Talk show shares stories of people working to coexist with wild wolves. Wild grey wolves are now struggling for survival worldwide. People & Wolves Talk Show works with … Continue reading People & Wolves Talk Show Livestreams from Wisconsin, USA and Turin, Italy on YouTube
…Designed by Mother Nature herself. A gray wolf walks over to a vacated white-tailed deer bed and gently blows on it. This causes all the particles to flow up into his/hers highly tuned olfactory system (the nose). “Ah ha, says the wolf,” the deer tick’s blood is full of pus from a tooth infection. The … Continue reading The remarkable Canis lupus (Gray Wolf) …
With the resurgence of wolves in the region, smart deer are learning to keep away from areas with many of the predators, meaning that wildflowers and young maples there have a better chance of survival, according to a recent study by scientists from the University of Notre Dame and the Michigan Department of Natural Resources. … Continue reading White-tailed deer are bad for wildflowers & sugar maples and research shows how wolves are keeping them in check
Seeking Public Input: The DNR seeks public input on the Fall 2021 wolf harvest season as well as the ongoing revision to the state's wolf management plan. Use the online input tool to provide your comments on both topics between April 15 and May 15. The wolf management plan provides overall guidance to the state’s … Continue reading Take Action For Gray Wolves By filling Out the Survey: The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is seeking public input