Can We Really Believe Wisconsin Has An Accurate Wolf Count?

January 31, 2023

Several researchers recently took an extended look at Wisconsin’s 2022 ‘scaled occupancy model’ for estimating wolf counts in the state and concluded that the Wisconsin method systematically overestimates wolf abundance…

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Beloved Local Connecticut Bear Hit by Vehicle

July 28, 2021

Black bears, an undeniably charismatic woodland species, often find themselves in locations that are perhaps less than ideal for their survival. Bear 211 – a beloved male bear residing in…

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Opening Day of NY Coyote Season – At What Cost?

October 1, 2019

Today, October 1st, is the first day of coyote hunting season in New York State. Coyotes – like wolves – have been historically persecuted for decades. In over 30 U.S.…

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End Cruel Wildlife – Killing Contests in New York!

May 28, 2019

Four months. That’s how much time this mother has left to raise her pups before the coyote hunting season begins in New York. It’s open season on coyotes October 1…

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The Perils of Rodenticide

May 2, 2019

Last month, radio-collared mountain lion P-47 was discovered dead in the Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area with his likely cause of death being exposure to rat poison. A necropsy…

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