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CLASHES WITH WOLVES: WISCONSIN WILDLIFE IS HOUNDED WITH UNBEARABLE CRUELTY

From: Wisconsin Gazette

“Last month, Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility filed a complaint with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service over the issue. “Wisconsin encourages…

HUNTING BEARS WITH DOGS COMES UNDER ATTACK IN WISCONSIN BY WOLF ADVOCATES

From: La Crosse Tribune

“The practice amounts to “a state-sanctioned financial subsidy for hunters engaged in the criminal harassment” of wolves, an attorney for Public Employees for…

WISCONSIN TRADITION - HUNTING BEARS WITH DOGS - COMES UNDER ATTACK BY WOLF ADVOCATES

From: Star Tribune

“The practice amounts to “a state-sanctioned financial subsidy for hunters engaged in the criminal harassment” of wolves, an attorney for Public Employees for Environmental…

WOLF RESEARCHER PLANS TO SUE WSU OVER FREE SPEECH

From: King 5

“During the study, Wielgus followed wolves and cattle to track wolf depredations, the term used to refer to injuries or deaths attributed to wolves. He found that 99 percent…

STATE NEWS: GREAT LAKES FUNDING, COYOTE KILLING, SUPREME COURT CAMPAIGN

From: Door County Pulse

“A coalition of groups is asking a federal wildlife agency to take a “hard look” at Wisconsin contests aimed at killing coyotes. The coalition includes wolf…


News Releases

ALASKA PARES ITS PREDATOR CONTROL PROGRAM

State Agrees to National Academy Review of Scientific Merits as Opposition Mounts

COYOTE CONTROL BASED ON SCIENTIFIC HOUSE OF CARDS

Complaint Seeks to End Federal Reliance on Flawed 42-Year-Old Study

WISCONSIN HOUNDERS ILLEGALLY HARASS WOLVES

Criminal Complaint Cites State Payments for Hunting Dogs Killed in Wolf Clashes

TRUMP TO STRIP ALASKA PARK AND REFUGE WILDLIFE PROTECTIONS

Directives to Expand Hunting and Trapping Launch Long, Uncertain Legal Process

WOLF SCIENTIST VINDICATED IN LEGISLATOR’S ATTACK

Professor Still under Siege as WSU Seeks Ways to Accommodate Ranchers