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PRESS RELEASE: Great Lakes Wildlife Alliance hosts Wildlife Day at the Capitol
You understand the inhumanity of the horrific hunting practices in Wisconsin. As constituents, we can bring education, science and understanding to our state legislators so that these kinds of practices can be banned once and for all. Sign up TODAY to join us in solidarity at the state capitol to meet with lawmakers for Wisconsin wolves and wildlife.
FEBRUARY 2023 NEWSLETTER
Details about the Wisconsin Wolf Management Plan Listening Session, Wildlife Day at the Capitol, the latest headlines, how attitudes towards wolves in the Great Lakes region have changed, upcoming Fireside Chats and more!
Press Release: Petition Seeks Hounding Ban in Wisconsin National Forest
Wildlife conservation and animal protection groups petitioned the U.S. Forest Service today to ban hounding in Wisconsin’s Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Hounding is the practice of training and using dogs to hunt and chase down black bears and other wildlife.
OCTOBER 2022 NEWSLETTER
A note from our Executive Director about the DNR's new wolf population report, celebrating National Wolf Awareness Week, a recap on Vegan Fest, what you can do to help save Wisconsin pollinators, Voting WILD this November, upcoming Fireside Chats AND MORE!
SEPTEMBER 2022 NEWSLETTER
A note from our Executive Director about bear hounding season, exciting upcoming events, announcing our NEW "Robo Lobo" project, honoring our Volunteer of the Month, upcoming Fireside Chats, and more!
JULY 2022 NEWSLETTER
A note from our executive director, news updates, volunteer of the month, upcoming events, and more!
Today, Wisconsin Unleashed the Hounds
The unregulated harassment and torture of Wisconsin wildlife has officially begun. Over 4th of July weekend, more than 15,000 bear hounds will be set loose on public lands across Wisconsin to harass wildlife and disturb the peace of our natural areas.
Fireside Chat Revisited: Poaching Issues When Wolves are Protected
At our Fireside Chat on Thursday, February 10th, Special Guest Francisco J. Santiago-Ávila PhD joined us to talk about his work with carnivore protection in the Midwest, and what happens with Wisconsin wolves both when they are protected and what happens when they lose protection.
Reblog: State Sanctioned Disposable Dogs
This is a real look at what is happening to our wildlife in Wisconsin. A very small percentage of hunters engage in this practice, yet they have huge political influence in Wisconsin. We appreciate Silent Sports Magazine for doing such a deep dive into this issue, are are encouraging everyone to share this article with your state legislators, urging them to get behind ending this barbaric practice once and for all.