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Dick Ellis Blog:
9/5/2019
Mourning Doves serve as door to new seasons Micah and I will walk again into a new hunting season this afternoon like we’ve walked together into eight Septembers before. Mourning doves are calling us now, more as a way to shake the dust off and welcome a new autumn than anything else. Later it will be more “serious” pursuits of pheasant and duck. Almost certainly, my brother John and his lab Dylan will join us again today as th...
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Wolf depredation report and map available

On January 9, Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves depredated a hound and injured a hound that were running coyotes. The attack occurred in the Town of Brazeau, Oconto County.

On January 10, Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves depredated a 6 year old Walker and a 7 year old Bluetick bobcat hound. The attack occurred in the Town of Hunter, Sawyer County.

On January 10, Wildlife Services confirmed that wolves injured a 5 year old Walker bobcat hound. The attack occurred in the Town of Barnes, Bayfield County.

More information and a caution area map are available on the gray wolf webpage.

Hunters are reminded to use the caution area maps on the DNR website (dnr.wi.gov, keyword "wolf management") to help reduce conflicts during this year's dog training and hunting season.

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