Wisconsin Wolf Factís mission is promotion of Responsible Wolf Management in Wisconsin. We are dedicated to provide the public with truthful information on the realities of living with the unmanaged population of gray wolves in our state. Wisconsin Wolf Facts strives to sift through the propaganda, misinformation, and myths propagated by a deliberate, well-funded campaign to hoodwink the American people. Our goal is to see the proper management of the gray wolf population returned to our state, where it ultimately belongs.
We hope that you take the time to review the information on this website as we are intent on providing the public with truthful information on the realities of an unmanaged population of gray wolves in our state.
How many wolves inhabit Wisconsin? The 2019 - 2020 wolf monitoring reports counts 1034 - 1057 wolves in 256 packs, a 13.1% increase. Using a new method that has been used in others states for years, the WI winter wolf estimate is 957 - 1573 with the most probable number as measured at the lowest point in the population cycle being 1195.
How many deer do wolves eat? Check out the link below to review an analysis of the 2015 deer season vs. wolf deer kill by county in the Northern Forest Land
Please click the link below to see the relationship between the White-tailed deer harvest decline and the increase in unmanaged wolf population.