Authorized use of traps will prove danger to other hunters and other hunters’ dogs. Via WEAU.
The law, known as Act 169, specifies the season dates (Oct. 15 to the end of February), allows the use of bait, allows night hunting and allows the use of dogs to hunt wolves. All of these points have attracted substantial opposition, including from the hunting community. The last half of October is prime time…
$125K for a report from a Texas consultant, who doesn’t even know not to use passive anywhere near chronic wasting disease. Via Wisconsin State Journal .
Via Wisconsin League of Conservation Voters .
It’s time. Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Tiny House movement gains another convert. Via TMJ4.
Born free. Via Slideshow @ WISN.
Proposal from Rep. Kleefisch, husband of lt. governor Via UW-Madison news release.
Watch Wolf hunting in Wisconsin on PBS. See more from Here and Now.
Quietly circulating the bill. Via Appleton Post-Crescent.
Would allow trapping, baiting, dogs, night hunting of animal recently removed from Endangered Species List. Via Wisconsin Outdoor Fun.
Via La Cross Tribune .
Via WisPolitics press release .
Better living through cycling. Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Big Dairy and Big Agriculture vs. ordinary residents, small farms, and sustainable practices. Via Center for Media and Democracy.
Texan is known simply as James Kroll in the other, less interesting times in his life. Via Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Hunters will have about two months to shoot Wisconsin’s official symbol of peace. Via WEAU.
Total $4.6 million conservation easement. Via Wisconsin State Journal.
Treves was also surprised by the level of support expressed for a regulated wolf hunt among non-hunters and those living outside wolf range. In Wisconsin, for example, he says, “You find a surprising amount of support for a public regulated harvest of wolves even in places like Madison, Fond du Lac, or Sister Bay.” Via UW-Madison…
B-cycle, an arm of Trek Bicycle Corp., has installed 24 stations with 230 bikes around Downtown and the UW-Madison campus since the program debuted this spring. By fall the company is expected to install 10 more stations outside of the Isthmus for a total of 350 bikes. Via Wisconsin State Journal.
More like apathetic, perhaps. Funniest line: “Walker’s spokesman didn’t respond to requests for comment.” Just can’t imagine Walker Admin with a rapid response for the Isthmus. Via Isthmus | The Daily Page.
Trees felled across a 100,000 acre area in northwest Wisconsin’s Bayfield, Burnett, Douglas, Polk, and Washburn counties. Via La Crosse Tribune.
Via Bicycle Federation of Wisconsin.
First skirmish in a possible war against flying, chewing menace. Via WISC Madison.