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3/8/2021
DICK ELLIS Are state population numbers far understated? Wisconsin hunters took just three days to harvest 216 wolves during the February hunt, reinforcing the belief of thousands of Wisconsin sportsmen that the official stated population of 1195 wolves is significantly below the actual count. The harvest of 216 wolves is 8 percent over the harvest quota of 200 wolves unanimously voted for by the Natural Resources Board on February 15. Headi...
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May 13 workshop in Ashland will highlight methods for protecting livestock

http://dnr.wi.gov/news/releases/article/?id=3602

ASHLAND, Wis. -- Farmers and ranchers can learn about non-lethal methods to use as part of an integrated plan to protect livestock and find out more about state and federal damage compensation programs at a livestock damage abatement and integrated predator management workshop.

The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, in partnership with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services Program, will host the workshop from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. on Wednesday, May 13, at the Northern Great Lakes Visitor Center in Ashland.

Information about the workshop is available in this U.S. Department of Agriculture Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service workshop flyer [PDF].

Presentations from wildlife researchers, natural resource managers, livestock producers and other experts will discuss the importance of non-lethal predator damage management through topics including:

·       development and field use of non-lethal tools for predator management;

·       bear and wolf populations and management;

·       guarding dog research; and

·       animal husbandry practices.

The workshop is limited to 100 participants and is free of charge. Pre-registration is recommended. For more information, contact the Wildlife Services District office in Rhinelander, Wis. at 715-369-5221 EXT. 14.