Adrian’s been working for Wisconsin’s wild wolf since 1991 and that was when I first met him. He’s retired now from the department and is still active sharing his experience on various wolf committees. In the article (click blue highlighted words) to listen to his finally tuned wolf howl! I’ve been on many wolf howl … Continue reading The Washington Post Interviewed Retired Wolf Biologist, Adrian Wydeven, Regarding the February 2021 Wisconsin Wolf Hunt
Seeking Public Input: The DNR seeks public input on the Fall 2021 wolf harvest season as well as the ongoing revision to the state's wolf management plan. Use the online input tool to provide your comments on both topics between April 15 and May 15. The wolf management plan provides overall guidance to the state’s … Continue reading Take Action For Gray Wolves By filling Out the Survey: The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources is seeking public input
Photograph credit John E Marriott In February 2021 WDNR was forced by a conservative advocacy group, Hunter Nation Inc, lawsuit to hold a wolf hunt. Needless to say it was disaster for gray wolves in the midst of mating season. I’ve been keeping a close eye on WDNR wolf depredations after the hunt. I was … Continue reading Post Wolf Hunt: The Latest News Concerning Wolf Depredations in Wisconsin
Wisconsin's wolf quota was half full after just one day of hunting and trapping, the the slaughter of pregnant gray wolves will close Wednesday afternoon. Under a court order the Department of Natural Resources launched a one-week wolf hunt on Monday. The department reports that as of Tuesday morning hunter and trappers had killed 52 … Continue reading Hunt closes Wednesday amidst public outcry of barbarism towards Wisconsin’s gray wolf
The wolf quota has been reduced to 119, with tribes portion at 81 and they will not hunt their brother ma'iingan The following is from Peter David, wildlife biologist with the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Commission (GLIFWC). “As this season has unfolded, many people have asked how they can support the tribes' treaty … Continue reading Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources reduced the wolf hunt quota in recognition of the tribes’ off-reservation treaty rights.
John E. MarriottOn Monday, February 15th, the Wisconsin board of natural resources committed to killing 200 wolves over the next two weeks to comply with a court order that was issued last week. The order comes from judge Bennett Brantmeier, a Jefferson County Circuit Court judge, who ruled that the Department of Natural Resources (DNR) must hold … Continue reading Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Wants to Kill 200 wolves in the Next Two Weeks
Wisconsin gray wolf. Photograph credit Snapshot Wisconsin The Wisconsin Natural Resources Board will meet virtually on Monday for a Special Meeting to discuss the next steps to establish a wolf hunt in Wisconsin for February 2021. Deadline For Written Comments: 11 a.m. Sunday, Feb. 14 Please submit written comments here. There's a lot of problems … Continue reading Wisconsin Natural Resources Board is asking for public comments regarding the next steps to establishing an early wolf hunt.
The investigation into the poisonings began in December 2018 after animals were found with no clear cause of death, said Lt. Bryan Harrenstein, warden supervisor in the northern area for the DNR. Since the investigation was announced in early 2019, two hunting beagles have been killed by poison in Forest County, according to a news … Continue reading Targeting Wildlife Predators with Poison to Improve Hunting Opportunities is not only Unethical, it is Illegal
Image credit stock photo Thankfully Wisconsin’s tribes spoke up for thier brother “Ma’iingan” the wolf and the Natural Resources Board voted no to an early February wolf hunt. The following is from NPR article on today’s NRB hearing. Board member Marcy West questioned whether a hunt would be worth risking the state's relationships with tribes … Continue reading Wisconsin’s tribes spoke up for their brother “Ma’iingan” the wolf and Wisconsin’s Natural Resources Board (NRB) voted no to early wolf hunt.
Photograph credit EarthJustice I’ve been involved in Wisconsin’s Wolf Recovery plan since the year 2000. The concern I have with the state management of its gray wolf is the legislative mandated wolf hunt. Wisconsin law, Act 169 states: if the wolf is not listed on the federal or Wisconsin endangered list, the department shall allow … Continue reading Grey Wolf Delisting Raises Concerns About Wisconsin’s Management Process