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!
Today, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources said that they have no known date at this time for bringing forward the new wolf management plan, which still needs to be updated from the current 1999 antiquated plan.
A note from our executive director, news updates, volunteer of the month, upcoming events, and more!
Please join us tonight, October 18th at 7:30pm, for an URGENT meeting regarding a large number of bills, written by Hunter Nation, that will be detrimental to both wildlife and wildlands in Wisconsin.
Today lawyers for Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf & Wildlife, Animal Wellness Action, the Center for a Humane Economy, Project Coyote and Wisconsin resident Pat Clark filed new motions with the Dane County Circuit Court in their ongoing challenge to Wisconsin’s disastrous decision-making on wolf management.
Today Animal Wellness Action, the Center for a Humane Economy, Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf and Wildlife, and Project Coyote sued the state of Wisconsin over its reckless and politically motivated decision to authorize a quota of 300 wolves for the November wolf hunt, on top of the 218 known killed in a February hunt.
Friends - Please take a moment today to contact Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul through this form on his website and say: "As a Wisconsin citizen, I'm asking your office to please pursue removing Dr. Prehn from the Natural Resources Board as his presence undermines the sound, responsible, and accountable management of natural resources held … Continue reading Action Alert: Contact Wisconsin Attorney General Josh Kaul
Your written comments to the Wolf Harvest Committee must be submitted by noon on Friday, June 18th. This committee will decide a quota for the fall hunt to be presented to the Natural Resources Board in August.
Friends, we have another opportunity to not only stop the fall wolf hunt, but to weigh in on the future of wolf management in Wisconsin. This is a critical action, and probably the most important thing you will do in advocating for wolves in 2021. PLEASE JOIN OUR NEXT FIRESIDE CHAT ON THUSRDAY, APRIL 22 TO FIND OUT HOW YOU CAN HELP !
April is an important advocacy month for the future of our wildlife and we have much to accomplish together. As requested, here is a breakdown for the month of April with detailed instructions and deadlines for participation.