Public Input on USFWS Proposal to Delist Gray Wolf From Endangered Species List - Open Until May 14, 2019
To submit a formal comment to the official Federal Register, click here.
Wolf Ecology and Tracking Training Courses 2019 - 2020
All classes listed meet training requirements for the Wisconsin Carnivore Tracking Program.
Other training sessions at a higher cost are available from Treehaven (Tomahawk, WI) on 01/11 and 01/12; Beaver Creek Reserve (Fall Creek, WI) on 01/25 and 01/26 and Sandhill Outdoor Skills Center (Babcock, WI) on 02/01 and 02/02. Please visit their websites to learn more and register.
More information is available on the Wisconsin DNR website, keyword "wolf", or click on the "Training" tab under "Volunteers"
Livestock Depredation Instant AlertSimilar to the hunting dog instant alert that has been available for years, the WI Farm Bureau, partnering with WI Wolf Facts, finally convinced the WI DNR to implement an Instant Livestock Depredation alert system. On the DNR main page, scroll down to the red envelope on the lower right-hand-side, click and follow the instructions. The email or text alert will provide real time information on coyote, wolf, and bear depredations and harassment as verified by USDA.
For more wolf information, type "wolf" into the search box on WI DNR main page.
How many wolves inhabit Wisconsin? Currently the Wisconsin DNR estimates a minimum count of 232 packs that have 925 to 956 wolves living in our state. The count is up 6.8% over last year's minimum count. (Note: This is a minimum count and many believe the number is much higher.)
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.