Conservation measures, hunting regulations required to protect dwindling Wisconsin grey wolf population

Prior to European settlement in the U.S., it is estimated that there were between 3,000 to 5,000¬†grey wolves roaming Wisconsin. Like most ecosystems free from modern civilization, it was a land balanced by the natural order of biology.¬† Long before that, there were also other human species. Neanderthals wandered the French Riviera, Denisovans frolicked in … Continue reading Conservation measures, hunting regulations required to protect dwindling Wisconsin grey wolf population