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…

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…

Call to Action Wisconsinites: Read this Story, Send it to Your Legislators in Madison.

Hounding has got to go! The coyote hunter in the video is never prosecuted. Warning the following video contains violence against a helpless wild sentient-being. Watch the video, then read the story behind it. I've been trying to get justice for this coyote since I first found the video in 2014. I turned it in … Continue reading Call to Action Wisconsinites: Read this Story, Send it to Your Legislators in Madison.

One Minnesota bear hunting party, five hounds, at a reimbursement cost of $12,500.00

That's just a tiny fraction of the cost Wisconsin pays for the sport of running dogs on bear. Let's not forget the costs for wildlife; the bear cubs separated from their mothers, foraging black bears are kept on the move, and how about the White-tailed deer forced to protect her fawn from packs of free … Continue reading One Minnesota bear hunting party, five hounds, at a reimbursement cost of $12,500.00

Opinion Editorial: Wisconsin is the only state in the nation that compensates hunters when wolves kill their animals…

A hunter gets up to $2,500 per dog — even when a hunter violates state rules or releases hounds in areas the state Department of Natural Resources has mapped as dangerous because of wolf activity...According to an Opinion Editorial in the Wisconsin State Journal Read on: Stop payouts to bear hunters for dead dogs Wisconsin State Journal … Continue reading Opinion Editorial: Wisconsin is the only state in the nation that compensates hunters when wolves kill their animals…

Is Wisconsin Ready to Pay the High Price for Hound Hunting?

When wolves were taken off the Endangered Species list in the Great Lakes area in 2012 Wisconsin rushed to legislatively mandate a wolf hunt.  Not only did the state mandate a hunt on wolves, they became the only state to allow the hunting of wolves with the aide of dogs-wolf hounding. Wolves were hunted by … Continue reading Is Wisconsin Ready to Pay the High Price for Hound Hunting?