Who’s setting out poison traps in Wisconsin’s north woods and why?

This question needs to be answered before anymore wild & domestic animals die. In Wisconsin there’s a joint investigation taking place by US Fish & Wildlife Service, US Forestry Service and Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources into who’s setting out poison traps. The poison traps are meat balls laced with poison, and it’s suspected that […]

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State and federal wildlife officials are investigating several cases in which pet dogs were poisoned in Northern Wisconsin.

Pet dogs, coyotes, weasels, raccoons and at least one wolf have been found dead. USF&WS and WDNR suspect poison traps were set out to kill gray wolves. It’s under investigation at this point. Dogs have died in Bayfield, Marinette and Florence County. The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources says it is unknown if there were […]

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A proposed Rule to Delist Gray Wolves Comment Period is Now Open: Fish and Wildlife Service, Interior are accepting public comments that are specific as possible…

…Include in your comments information from scientific journals and or from best available scientific data. In other words, submissions merely stating support for, or opposition to, the action under consideration without providing supporting information, although noted, will not meet the standard of best available scientific and commercial data. Read further to find links to articles […]

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House Passes H.R. 6784 Requiring the Secretary of the Interior to Reissue Removal of Gray Wolf from ESL in the Lower 48 States…

There’s more than one side to a coin. One side of the coin demonstrates the pro side for preserving the Endangered Species Act; While the other side pushes to role back progress made in preserving our wildlife & wild lands. But if you pick up that same coin, and begin rubbing your fingers along all […]

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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 […]

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Vehicle Collisions and Illegal kills Were the Leading Causes of Death for Wisconsin’s Gray Wolf

The Wisconsin Gray Wolf Monitoring Report describes wolf management and monitoring activities conducted in Wisconsin during the wolf monitoring year, April 15th, 2017 to April 14th, 2018. Gray wolves (Canis lupus) reverted to federally endangered status in the Western Great Lakes region as the result of a federal court decision in December 2014. They have […]

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