Three Wolves Added to Isle Royale Population…

The Isle Royale fall wolf translocation project concluded on September 13 after successfully moving three wolves from Michigan’s Upper Peninsula to the park. The new wolves, two males and one female, bolstered the total island wolf population to 17, which now includes nine males and eight females, according to Isle Royale National Park Service Press … Continue reading Three Wolves Added to Isle Royale Population…

Women & Advocacy…

...the success of the wolf pack depends on the strength of the alpha female. I've known Klein for several years now and have had the distinct pleasure of watching her grow into her role as a wolf and wildlife advocate. In that brief time she's co-founded an organization, Plan B To Save Wolves, who's mission … Continue reading Women & Advocacy…

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

Please Take Action: Only You Can Prevent #Extinction…

As a child growing up in the sixties I learned to respect our fellow creatures and to set things right. But... "The More Things Change, The More They Remain The Same." ~Jean-Baptiste Alphonse Karr Today, where the wild-creatures-live has become a war zone in Wisconsin. And it's all in the name of sport. Hunter’s dogs … Continue reading Please Take Action: Only You Can Prevent #Extinction…

Woman are Now Taking on Prime leadership Roles in the Cause of Wolf & Wildlife Advocacy…

...the success of the wolf pack depends on the strength of the alpha female. I've chosen Betsy Klein for my first Woman in Wolf Advocacy Series of Interviews. I've known Klein for four years and have had the distinct pleasure of watching her grow into her role as a wolf and wildlife advocate. In that … Continue reading Woman are Now Taking on Prime leadership Roles in the Cause of Wolf & Wildlife Advocacy…

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

Wisconsin’s Gray Wolf Needs Your Help…

Every summer hunters running dogs on Black Bear in the north woods come into conflict with Gray wolves. Gray wolves keep their three month old pups at rendezvous sites while they go hunting. Conflicts arise when bear hunters run their dogs through rendezvous sites because gray wolves are forced to defend vulnerable pups from free … Continue reading Wisconsin’s Gray Wolf Needs Your Help…

Lone Wolf, Bad Wolves, Big Bad Wolf Just More Oxymorons & Fairy Tales…

...Statements like these that seems to be contradictory or go against common sense & perpetuate the myths that plaques the Gray Wolf's reputation around the world. Now a popular musical band called "Bad Wolves" sings about bombings and acts of violence that perpetuates these myths. Doesn't seem possible to bring wolf education or awareness or … Continue reading Lone Wolf, Bad Wolves, Big Bad Wolf Just More Oxymorons & Fairy Tales…

Wisconsin’s Elusive Gray Wolf Deserves Our Protection…

In the late 1970s wolf Recovery in Wisconsin began. The Gray wolf made a comeback after being eradicated through hunting and trapping in Wisconsin. It wasn't long before hunting special interests groups began their bid to get Wisconsin's Gray wolf delisted. Sadly after 40 years of recovery these special interests (Fringe hunters) hunting groups got … Continue reading Wisconsin’s Elusive Gray Wolf Deserves Our Protection…

Wisconsin’s Gray Wolf Population Reports Show a Two Percent Decrease From the Previous Year…

In the news this week DNR Wisconsin's over winter wolf population count has declined slightly from last years. The state’s wolf population may be stabilizing after decades of growth, according to a report from the state Department of Resources in a WDNR wolf count brief 2017-2018 . Volunteer trackers reported between 900 and 950 wolf … Continue reading Wisconsin’s Gray Wolf Population Reports Show a Two Percent Decrease From the Previous Year…