Many sport hunters proudly post pictures of themselves with their “harvest” and this year’s deer gun season was no exception. Some defend that these actions pay for conservation -- a strange kind of argument with many flaws.
Yesterday, Wisconsin State Representatives circulated a bill which would make it illegal for law enforcement to enforce state or federal law relating to management of wolves in Wisconsin.
A number of environmental groups, including the Endangered Species Coalition, want to keep hunters who use packs of dogs out of public lands in Wisconsin, including the state's national forests.
On Wednesday evening, I spoke out about the need for science to play a larger role in policy decision- making regarding the grey wolf and other endangered species protections in Wisconsin to a room full of t-shirts that read "kill all the wolves" and "a good wolf is a dead wolf". Here's what I learned...
Starting today, twelve thousand or more hounds will be set loose on public lands across Wisconsin to harass wildlife and disturb the peace of these natural areas.
Currently, the state of Wisconsin pays out $2,500 each time a hound is killed to people who allow their dogs to run loose on public lands with no oversight and no permit required.
The assessment analyzes the potential environmental impacts of Wildlife Service involvement in wolf damage management in Minnesota.
There's nothing wrong with technology, but there is a point where it starts replacing skill and encouraging an attitude of entitlement.
The answer is simple. We give our all for this species because no other animal on the planet is so demonized, lied about, and the subject of such unbridled hate from a vocal minority.
Senators from Minnesota and Wisconsin introduce bill to strip protections from endangered grey wolves.