The letter explains that the vast majority of the American public has shown time and again that they are supportive of wolf conservation and want science to guide wolf recovery.
Last week we attended the Ron Johnson and USFWS public hearing on national wolf delisting - here's what happened....
Once again, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is seeking to strip wolves of Endangered Species Act protections in the Great Lakes region and the rest of the lower 48...SPEAK OUT AGAINST THIS MOVE HERE !
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has announced its intention to remove Endangered Species Act protections for all gray wolves in the United States that are currently protected.
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Make the call to your representative and urge them to vote "NO" on HR 6784 using this toll free number (847) 232-6848 today and tell them the wolf needs the protections of the Endangered Species Act.
Imagine Wisconsin losing a potential 168,000 jobs and $17.9 billion in consumer spending. If the policy “rider” that aims to de-list Great Lakes wolves is included in Congress’s budget bill, Wisconsin could see a severe drop in these numbers. Wolves are vital to our economy in both direct and indirect ways.
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The bill eliminates the requirement for bear and wolf hounders to carry rabies and license tags for their hunting hounds. A public hearing was held one day after the bill was released.
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.