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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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Preliminary court ruling on wolf hunt expected Aug 31

August 29, 2012

Contact: Bill Cosh, agency spokesperson (608) 267-2773

MADISON – Following court proceedings taking place this morning, August 29, 2012, before Judge Peter C. Anderson, officials at the Department of Natural Resources are issuing the following statement.

While the court did not act on the request for a temporary injunction today, we do anticipate a ruling from Judge Anderson on the afternoon of Friday, August 31.

The injunction, if granted, could prevent the department from issuing licenses until additional restrictions on the use of dogs for tracking and trailing wolves are adopted.

Given the time it would take to initiate a rule making process, such an action would prevent the 2012-13 wolf hunting and trapping season.

The department continues to believe that the rules on use of dogs, which are prescribed in statute and rule, and which are similar to those that are currently in place for bear and many other species are adequate, reasonable and practical regulations."