Killing to conserve a species is not conservation. The following story by Humane Society of the United States exposes the cruelty taking place in predator killing contests. Undercover video takes viewers into grisly world of wildlife killing contests published on May 3rd 2018. On a freezing, rainy Sunday night, cold beer flows freely at the […]Read More Humane Society of the United States exposes predator killing contests in an undercover story.
…Snare Trap is a device concealed underground and baited with tantalizing attractive scents capable of causing great suffering for its victims. A male Timber wolf in northern Minnesota became the latest victim of a snare trap. He became caught in a snare trap meant to catch and ensnare small game. The snare meant for small […]Read More Snare Traps Indiscriminate Killers, Land Mines Concealed in the Wilderness
A public hearing took place Tuesday January 16, 2018 on bill SB 602 . The companion bill in the assembly, Ill conceived Assembly Bill 712 Takes a Nose-Dive in Public Hearing was held last Wednesday January 10, 2018. This bill would make it illegal for WI DNR wardens or any WI state law enforcement to […]Read More Round Two in Public Hearings as SB 602 Fails the Fact-Check-Test…
HSUS Humane Lobby Day is a significant day especially with the US congress’ War on Wolves Act being waged in congress. Wolf advocates need to participate in this day of lobbying; so that we can show Wisconsin state legislators that we are a collective voice for wolves. Join HSUS state representative, Melissa Tedrowe, and animal […]Read More Humane Society of the United States ‘Humane Lobby Day’ set for April 13, 2017
…produced and direct by Julia Huffman. On Wednesday night the Barrymore theatre’s box office line was all the way down the block. A big thank you to the panel members for making this a notable celebration of Wisconsin’s Wolf Awareness Week. Panel members; HSUS Wisconsin State Director Melissa Tedrowe; certified animal behaviorist Patricia McConnell, Ph.D.; […]Read More Highlights from Wisconsin’s premiere night of “Medicine of the Wolf” in Madison…
A Wisconsin premiere of “Medicine of the Wolf” explores ecological significance by Craig Johnson Source: The Isthmus October 13, 2016 Why are we afraid of the big, bad wolf? Is it because they kill so much livestock, or steal our babies? Or is it because they have been vilified for centuries in every manner of media […]Read More Learning to live with predators
The Humane Society of the U.S. & Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin are pleased to announce the Wisconsin premiere of the award winning documentary film ‘Medicine of The Wolf’ produced and Directed by Julia Huffman. Save the date of Wednesday October 19, 2016 at 7 pm during Wisconsin’s Wolf Awareness Week. In Madison Wisconsin […]Read More Tickets on sale now for Wisconsin’s premiere of the award winning documentary film ‘Medicine of the Wolf’