We need your help to get the attention of Ricky Gervais to have him appear in a Public Service Announcement on Wisconsin wolves!
Many hunters pledge to do "whatever is necessary to restore deer numbers and quality deer hunting in northern Wisconsin." Yet, these hunters fail to look at themselves, their attitudes and activities. Because their notions are mistaken, and not in the best interests of deer or the future of deer hunting.
I look forward to Wildlife day at the Capitol where we can collectively work to bridge that gap between sportsmen and environmentalists, and finally get us all working together toward one common goal: Conservation in Wisconsin.
Each year hundreds of coyotes are killed in “competitions” throughout Wisconsin, but these contests send a message that killing is fun, wild animals are disposable, and life is cheap.
For the second year in a row, the deer harvest numbers have been down statewide but up in the Northern Forest Zone. This comes with a “record high” population of 930-950 wolves in Wisconsin.
Who lives in rural Wisconsin? Stereotypically, farmers and hunters. But we aren’t stereotypes. We are also teachers, small business owners, artists, parents, etc. and our real needs have little to do with wolves...
The Wisconsin Assembly Natural Resources Committee is considering a bill this Wednesday that would violate the public trust and put Wisconsin on a slippery slope to privatizing our wildlife and encouraging poaching.
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.