Laid out before me was the skeleton remains of a White-tailed deer: clear signs of a wolf kill site. The ribs were facing up-right, the hide was in a tight bundle beside the remains, and the fur lay on the ground in a circle all around the remains. I felt a great deal of respect … Continue reading Op Ed: NRB Politics Threatens Wolf Recovery
WPR A Look At The 2021 Fall Wolf Hunt Quota Of 300 By Tim Peterson Air Date: Friday, August 13, 2021, 4:00pm Wisconsin Public Radio speaks with reporter Danelle Kaeding and retired wolf biologist Adrian Wydeven to learn more about a controversial new quota set for a fall wolf hunt in Wisconsin. Listen to Recording … Continue reading Controversial Wisconsin Natural Resources Board vote on November 2021 wolf hunt
The citizen’s volunteer wolf tracking program was developed by Adrian Wydeven, head of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources Wolf Recovery Program, as a way to involve citizens in the monitoring of wolves. Adrian Wydeven is now retired but remains active in the WDNR volunteer wolf tracking program. I’ve been a volunteer Wisconsin DNR winter … Continue reading Long-standing Wisc Winter Wolf Tracking Program was Developed in the Mid-1990s
Did you know that a wolf hunting and trapping season is required by law when Wisconsin’s Gray is not listed on the Endangered Species Act. 2011 Wisconsin Act 169 was approved by the Governor Scott Walker-R in April 2012. This statute authorizes and requires a wolf hunting and trapping season. Numerous season and application details … Continue reading The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 2018-2019, Wolf Monitoring Report is out…
Is there such a thing as an honest politician? If politicians & special interests get their way and delist the wolf, then they condemn them to be eradicated all over again. Wolf recovery is a complex issue; a down right balancing act for the Wisconsin wolf. The wolf population grew by a mere six percent … Continue reading Politicians are spinning six percent increase in wolf population as all time high…
By Adrian Wydeven As often is the case with ecological issues, simple answers or solutions are often inadequate or incorrect. Everyone likes a good mystery, especially one where an unlikely candidate is revealed as the culprit. This “Ah ha!” moment is a staple of the genre and most of us can remember the satisfaction of … Continue reading Opinion editorial: Numbers don’t add up in wolf-hound debate
Aired September 14, 2016 Listen to Joy Cardin Show on Wisconsin Public Radio Click HERE to listen to the broadcast- Supporters of a gray wolf hunt in Wisconsin will meet Thursday to discuss the animal’s increasing presence in the state and an uptick in the number of attacks on livestock, hunting dogs and pets. Our guests weigh … Continue reading WPR Joy Cardin Show – Big Question: Who Should Control Wisconsin’s Wolf Population?