On Friday a Dane County Circuit Judge issued a temporary injunction halting the wolf hunt season.

John E. Marriott Photography On Friday Judge Jacob Frost halted Wisconsin's fall wolf season two weeks before hunters were set to take to the woods. Frost issued a temporary injunction halting the season, which was set to begin Nov. 6 https://vimeo.com/638215974 Frost said the law creating the wolf season is constitutional on its face, but … Continue reading On Friday a Dane County Circuit Judge issued a temporary injunction halting the wolf hunt season.

Interview on PBS of Peter David Regarding Wisconsin’s Upcoming Wolf Hunt set to begin on November 6, 2021

From PBS Wisconsin’s Here & Now Show Here & Now' Recap: Peter David… Here's what guests on the Oct. 15, 2021 episode had to say about the wolf hunt, ... https://youtu.be/55W3DZn0K38 With Wisconsin's controversial wolf hunt set to begin in a little more than three weeks, six Chippewa tribes want a federal judge to halt … Continue reading Interview on PBS of Peter David Regarding Wisconsin’s Upcoming Wolf Hunt set to begin on November 6, 2021

Federal judge sets October 29 hearing in Ojibwe tribes’ effort to halt Wisconsin wolf hunt

Wisconsin Tribes Seek Court Order to Stop November Wolf Hunt October 1, 2021 Six Ojibwe tribes file motion for preliminary injunction against the state Madison, WI—EarthJustice is back in court today on behalf of six Ojibwe tribes seeking a preliminary injunction to stop Wisconsin from holding a wolf hunt in November. The motion asks the … Continue reading Federal judge sets October 29 hearing in Ojibwe tribes’ effort to halt Wisconsin wolf hunt

U.S. District Judge scheduled hearing on tribes’ request for a preliminary injunction blocking the fall hunt for Oct. 29.

Photograph credit John E Marriott Six Chippewa tribes filed a lawsuit on Sept. 21 seeking to block the hunt, saying hunters killed too many wolves during the state's February season and kill quotas from the fall hunt aren't grounded in science. U.S. District Judge James Peterson on Friday scheduled a hearing on the tribes' request … Continue reading U.S. District Judge scheduled hearing on tribes’ request for a preliminary injunction blocking the fall hunt for Oct. 29.

Action Alert: Wisconsin hunters will be killing pregnant female gray wolves starting Monday February 22, 2021

Photograph of gray wolves credit John E Marriott I had hope that Wisconsin could manage gray wolves, but they have shown otherwise by such acts of barbarism towards the gray wolf. Gray wolves need your help! Please take action by contacting The White House to let the Biden Administration know what’s happening to Wisconsin’s gray … Continue reading Action Alert: Wisconsin hunters will be killing pregnant female gray wolves starting Monday February 22, 2021

Will the gray wolf, an endangered species, just fresh off the list get its due process?

Image of gray wolves credit Voyageurs Wolf Project http://www.voyageurswolfproject.org In the latest round of gray wolf delisting news, a conservative advocacy group, Hunter Nation Inc, filed a lawsuit on February 2, 2021, against the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Natural Resources Board (NRB). The plaintiffs believe the NRB violated their rights by not approving … Continue reading Will the gray wolf, an endangered species, just fresh off the list get its due process?

Wisconsin’s Attorney General Joins Lawsuit Challenging Trump Administration’s Rollback of the Endangered Species Act

AG Kaul Joins Lawsuit Challenging Rollback of Endangered Species Act Regulations Oct 22 2019 MADISON, Wis. - Attorney General Josh Kaul is joining a coalition of now 20 attorneys general and the City of New York in a lawsuit challenging the Trump Administration’s rollback of the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The challenge argues that the … Continue reading Wisconsin’s Attorney General Joins Lawsuit Challenging Trump Administration’s Rollback of the Endangered Species Act

Lawsuit argues that wolves must remain federally protected until the Fish and Wildlife Service implements a national recovery plan.

“We won’t let the Trump administration bring wolf recovery to a screeching halt to benefit the blood sport of trophy hunting,” said Collette Adkins, a Minneapolis-based Center biologist and attorney. “If successful, our lawsuit would require the feds to recover wolves nationwide and block their efforts to prematurely remove protection.” Lawsuit Fights Trump Administration Effort … Continue reading Lawsuit argues that wolves must remain federally protected until the Fish and Wildlife Service implements a national recovery plan.