The 2019 Wisconsin black Bear Management draft plan is now available to the public for comment.

You’ll find the information on how to comment towards the end of the blog. Wisconsinites it’s time for change concerning how our black bears are managed, or to be straight forward; how they are abused! Individual species should and must be managed for the good of the species and the habitat it depends. Wisconsin Department […]

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Media Release: Federal Wildlife Officials Propose Lifting Endangered Species Act Protections For Gray Wolves in the Lower 48 States

The announcement was made on Wednesday by Acting Interior Secretary David Bernhardt. The move would return management to the states and tribes, which would reinstate Wisconsin’s wolf hunt that began in 2012. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) plans to propose a rule to “delist” the gray wolf from the endangered species list in […]

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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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Action Alert: Wisconsin Senator Fred Risser is Seeking Legislators for Co-Sponsorship of LRB-1453/1 Prohibiting Contests for Killing Wild Animals…

Wisconsin residents contact your Wisconsin Senate Legislature (click here) and ask them to co sponsor Senator Risser’s LRB-1453/1 relating to wildlife killing contests and prohibiting contests for killing wild animals and providing a penalty. To get this moving we need you to take action! Senator Risser’s Bill has not been introduced. The Senator is seeking […]

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Poaching is and has been one of the biggest causes of Gray wolf mortality in Wisconsin…

There are 955 Gray wolves living throughout Wisconsin’s northern and central forests, minimum Winter count WDNR wolf progress report 2017-2018. The Gray wolf is part of Wisconsin’s wild legacy. Yet, poaching is and has been one of the biggest causes of Gray wolf mortality in Wisconsin according to Dr. Adrian Treves. Listen to his talk […]

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