Call To Action: Close Zone 3 to Wolf Hunting in Wisconsin

We are very concerned that with the quota only one wolf away from being filled, that more could potentially be harvested if the hunt in Zone 3 is allowed to run into the weekend. Due to quotas being exceeded in other hunting zones already this season, hound-hunter-dog-box-w-dead-wolfwe believe it is reasonable to surmise that the weekend will see many more hound hunters able to get into the field, with the likelihood of the quota been exceeded extremely high. PLEASE CALL & EMAIL Dave McFarland, the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources’ Large Carnivore Specialist, and politely and respectfully REQUEST that zone 3 be closed to wolf hunting for the reasons stated above. Dave McFarland, Large Carnivore Specialist, WI DNR Ph: 715-365-8917.


UPDATE! GREAT NEWS! Thanks to everyone who called the Wisconsin DNR this morning asking for Zone 3 to be closed to wolf hunting before the weekend. The DNR website is now reporting that Zone 3 will be closed at Midday tomorrow (Friday 5th Dec) and Zone 6 will be closed at 8am the same day. Thank you to all who called and put pressure on the DNR to close these zones before the wolf kill quota was once again exceeded.

Giving Tuesday – Support Wolf Patrol!

#GivingTuesday is in just a few days, and comes right at the beginning of our return to Wisconsin to monitor the hound hunting season. Wolf Patrol needs your help to maintain our supplies, gear and rental car so that we can stay out in the field for as long as possible. Please consider donating – even $10 makes a huge difference. Donate securely with PayPal:


Event: Wolf Patrol presentation

Wisconsin supporters! Great Lakes Wolf Patrol will be giving a presentation TONIGHT (Oct 21st) at 7.30pm, Ashland at the Northland College Ponzio Student Ctr. in regards to stopping the wolf hunt (Oct. 15th-Feb.28th, 2014). The event is given by the “Great Lakes Wolf Protectors,” featuring local indigenous perspective on the hunt and Ojibwe wolf lore, as well as featured presentation from Wolf Patrol activist Rod Coronado. Donations toward the campaign for camping and documenting supplies, in conjunction with covering gas costs are greatly appreciated, but the event is free!