Great Lakes Wolf Summit
Thu, Sep 15 at 9:00 AM, Cumberland, Wi
By: Wisconsin State Senator Tom Tiffany & Representative Adam Jarchow
The Great Lakes Wolf Summit, hosted by Senator Tom Tiffany and Representative Adam Jarchow, is a meeting of public officials, scientists, and interested parties from Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota to discuss the necessity for state-led wolf management programs. Over the course of the day, attendees will hear from several experts about their experiences with management programs and participate in in-depth discussions on best practices regarding rising wolf populations.
This event is free and open to the public. General Admission tickets are available. If you would like lunch at the event, there is the option to purchase a lunch ticket provided by Das Lach Haus catering for $13. Keynote speaker, Ted Lyon will be presenting over the lunch hour. Lunch registration will remain open through September 11, 2016. General admission registration will be open through September 14, 2016.
Ted Lyon – Author of “The Real Wolf”
Confirmed Presenters Include:
David Ruid – Wildlife Biologist at USDA-APHIS Wildlife Services
Don Peay – Founder of Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife
When Thursday, September 15, 2016 from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM (CDT) . WhereDas Lach Haus - 1788 Elm Street, Cumberland, Wi 54829
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.