In all, about half a dozen dogs and (about a half dozen) wolves, as well as several raccoons, weasels and raptors, have been killed by poison in Marinette, Florence and Forest counties, Harrenstein said. Lab tests confirmed the animals were killed by toxic substances, the DNR said in a news release. Source Wisconsin Public Radio … Continue reading Investigators offer reward for any information leading to the arrest of those poisoning wolves and wild animals.
It's illegal to kill gray wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and in Wyoming. Wolves in these four states are under the protection of the Federal Endangered Species Act as December 2014. It's illegal to kill gray wolves in Minnesota except in self-defense and is punishable by six months in jail and up to $25,000 … Continue reading Feds Offering Reward for Illegal Wolf Kills in Northeastern Minnesota