Wild & Scenic Film Festival Presented by Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films, July 24, 2019…

Minneapolis area get ready for the largest film festival of its kind, showcasing the best and brightest in environmental and adventure films. Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Films “films that inspire change” Presents Wild & Scenic Film Festival in Minneapolis. Wednesday July 24, 2019 at 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM, taking place at the Landmark’s […]

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Wisconsin & Minnesota Wildlife Photography Contest: Call for Entries—No Entry Fee

All Wisconsin & Minnesota Residents are invited to submit images celebrating the beauty & promoting coexistence of wild carnivores: Coyote, Gray Wolf, Bobcat, Red Fox, Gray Fox 2 Contest Categories: Amateur & Professional. All digital documenting devices can be used: digital camera, smartphone & game camera. Images of wild & free native carnivores will be […]

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Urgent Action Required to Protect Gray Wolves From Delisting Threat in Wisconsin, Minnesota & Michigan…

The U.S. House of Representatives scheduled a vote the week of November 12 on H.R. 6784, a bipartisan bill requiring the Secretary of the Interior to reissue final rules removing gray wolves from the threatened and endangered species list in Wyoming and the Great Lakes states, including Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin. The bill would also […]

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Get involved Be the Voice for America’s Gray Wolf…

…Action Alert. Contact your representatives in the U. S. Senate today. Major anti wolf legislation is now being proposed in the U. S. Senate. Just recently in the House version of the defense bill that could weaken the Endangered Species Act (ESA) and Marine Mammal Protection Act; Another provision in the bill that Republicans want to include […]

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Will the Government Ever Get it Right on Delisting the Gray Wolf in the Great Lakes Region?

These and other questions come to mind as the Federal Government Working On Removing Gray Wolf From Endangered Species List . Will Wisconsin be transparent in its management of the Gray wolf population, and once again allow for greater pubic input as it did prior to the 2012 USF&WS delisting decision. In 2011 WISCONSIN ACT […]

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