WDNR Conservation Wardens Seek the Public’s Help in the Investigation into the Killing of a Gray Wolf

Gray wolves in Wisconsin were delisted in January 2012, but were relisted in December 2014. The Federal Endangered Species Act (ESA) [exit DNR] protects all federally listed animals from direct killing, taking, or other activities that may be detrimental to the species. WDNR conservation wardens found the dead wolf on Thursday morning on U.S. Highway 10 in Waupaca […]

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The phone call, from the FBI, brought her back to an internal conflict that she thought she’d finished wrestling with two years earlier.

A very in-depth interview of all parties involved around the sexual assault of a young female wolf activist while working in Montana and Wisconsin. This article delves into the role of how: “…It’s incredibly damaging to the movement to have an elder be harassing women.” Yet this article clearly demonstrates the courage of the young […]

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Letter to the Editor: Protect recovering wolf population

Duluth News Tribune August 27, 2018 By Stacy Kolkind Contrary to a recent article (“Density causes annual clashes with wolves,” Aug. 14), confirmed wolf conflicts with livestock are decreasing in Wisconsin. According to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, those incidents decreased almost 30 percent from 2015 to 2016 and decreased again from 2016 to […]

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