Celebrating Endangered Species Day, a Wildlife Day 2023 recap, changes coming to state wolf management plan, new legislation that would remove wolves from the ESA, a study analyzing why removing carnivores might maintain or increase risks for domestic animals, upcoming May Fireside Chats and more!
APRIL 2023 NEWSLETTER
There is still time to sign up for Wildlife Day. It is very important for us to know you will come so we can plan in advance. There is no cost to attend and ALL are welcome!
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.
MARCH 2023 NEWSLETTER
We have a lot of vital work to do this Spring! Registration is opening for Wildlife Day at the Capitol, seats are opening on the NRB, the WCC is changing its format, how to better protect yourself this tick season, upcoming Fireside Chats and MORE!
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.
JANUARY NEWSLETTER 2023
Kicking off the new year announcing Wildlife Day 2023, Wolf Management Plan public comment period deadline extension, Fred Prehn's resignation, an opportunity to learn all about wolf tracking in northern Wisconsin, meeting our fundraising goal thanks to all of YOU, upcoming Fireside Chats and more!
What We’ve Accomplished This Year
It hasn’t always been easy, but 2022 has been another remarkable year in our fight to advocate for wolves and other imperiled wildlife of Wisconsin and the Great Lakes region. There will always be more work ahead, but for now, enjoy reading through a few of our wins from the last year and the highlights around the important issues that pushed us towards victory.
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!