When Wisconsin's "Safer At Home" order is over and I go back to work the thing I'm going to miss most is the squirrels. pic.twitter.com/a2QCKbl6m7 — R0bbit (@R0bbit) April 10, 2020 .
WATCH: Punxsutawney Phil sees no shadow Sunday morning, predicts early spring. pic.twitter.com/SLMZt6ZzUX — NBC News (@NBCNews) February 2, 2020
Pants on Fire: Tiffany misses mark on claim wolves to blame for dairy crisis https://t.co/4w1UKBvLOv via @PolitiFactWisc — John Adams (@DailyAdams) January 16, 2020
One newcomer is the evening bat, the state’s first new bat species in more than 60 years, according to the DNR. Evening bats are “an interesting sort of orange-colored, and some say sort of orange-peel-smelling” creature, said Owen Boyle, a DNR conservationist. Climate change is opening Wisconsin up to new species like the evening bat,…
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In fact, Wisconsin’s most recent wolf hunt as ordered up by the Legislature under the fast-tracked direction of then-State Rep. Joel Kleefisch showed precisely why it’s a bad idea to let states ‘manage’ wolf-hunting.
* What Wisconsin ‘managed’ in wolf hunts between 2012 and 2014 came complete with only-in-Wisconsin use of dogs in the hunt that made a mockery of animal cruelty law and standards.
* Not to mention with the participation of a state advisory panel stripped of nearly all its wolf-hunting opponents.
Here is one report from South Milwaukee from October …
Of course, a monkey wouldn’t know he had legal rights even if he did. Some human beings would need to purport to represent the monkey, and that’s what was going on here. People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals sought to capture the income stream from Naruto the monkey’s beloved photography and offered to spend the money for the benefit of him and the various other crested macaques on the island of Sulawesi.
By manage, they mean kill —
Well done, brave canine –
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