NOVEMBER 2022 NEWSLETTER

A note from our Executive Director about wolves’ complex social bonds, BIG NEWS for Montana wolves, a reminder to VOTE WILD on November 8th, the Michigan wolf plan update, how you can double-down this #GivingTuesday, upcoming Fireside Chats and MORE!

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!

ACTION ALERT: Give your Input on Minnesota and Michigan Wolf Plans

Wolves of Michigan and Minnesota need your voice! The DNR is requesting public input on a draft of each state's wolf management plans. Because the surveys are cumbersome, we have provided guides to help make this comment process easier. The deadlines are fast approaching....take action TODAY!

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.

APRIL 2022 NEWSLETTER

We have already accomplished so much in 2022, sending in resolutions to the Wisconsin Conservation Congress, meeting with state and federal lawmakers and staying informed. We have protected most of the wolves in our country and helped wildlife in peril just not in our backyards but nationally as well.

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.

Ethical Hunters Offer Additional $5,000 Reward for Info on Illegal Wolf Killings

After Animal Wellness Action offered a $10,000 reward for info leading to the successful prosecution of wolf poachers in the state last week, Hunters for Wolves felt that they would like to see that pool of money increase in order to bring attention to the illegal poaching of wildlife.Β