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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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SCI Foundation Partners With Wisconsin DNR

May 24, 2012 – MADISON – The Safari Club International (SCI) Chapters of Wisconsin are proud of the recently announced partnership between the Safari Club International Foundation (SCI Foundation) and the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR).

SCI Foundation representative Jim Hamill presented a $25,000 check to DNR Secretary Cathy Stepp at Wednesday’s Natural Resources Board meeting.  The donation will be used to conduct a white-tailed deer predation study.  The Wisconsin Predator-Prey Interaction Study will examine the various challenges of finding a balance between predator and prey populations.

“This generous donation from the Safari Club International Foundation will be used for field research to assess causes and rates of fawn and adult buck mortality in Wisconsin’s white-tailed deer herd,” said Dr. Karl Martin, Section Chief of the Wildlife and Forestry Research Division of the DNR.  “Partnerships like these are the key component to the success of large-scale field research projects.”

Joe Koback, chairman of SCI’s state political committee was also on hand for the meeting. “We are always looking for ways to improve on Wisconsin’s herd management practices,” said Koback. “Studies like this help provide real, science-based evidence on how to best manage both predator and prey species.”

Two sitting members of the Natural Resources Board, Greg ‘Kaz’ Kazmierski and Christine Thomas, are longtime SCI members themselves.

Since 2000, SCI Foundation has provided $47 million to conservation, wildlife education, and humanitarian programs around the world.  SCI Foundation is funded through charitable donations from individual SCI members and direct grants from local chapters and the SCI organization.

For more information please contact Joe Koback at 608.566.9534.

SCI partners with Wisconsin DNR