Category Archives: Species Management

Endangered Species Overreach A new rule won’t put more fish and wildlife at risk

 By The Wall Street Journal Editorial Board Aug. 16, 2019 6:51 pm ET A polar bear keeps close to her young along the Beaufort Sea coast in Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Alaska. PHOTO: HANDOUT ./REUTERS Perhaps you’ve been reading that … Continue reading

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Wisconsin Hosted ‘Midwest CWD Collaboration Meeting’

Washington D.C. (August 1, 2019)- The Association of Fish & Wildlife Agencies was pleased to see biologists from several Midwestern states, members of Wisconsin Tribal Nations, plus state and federal conservation groups meet last month to discuss chronic wasting disease … Continue reading

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Asian carp DNA found near Lake Michigan

Leonard N. Fleming, The Detroit News Published 9:42 p.m. ET May 19, 2019 The DNA of six Asian carp were detected in Illinois just a few miles from the shore of Lake Michigan, sounding alarm bells among those hoping to … Continue reading

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New DNR grants target deer disease — before disease targets us

Neal Rubin, The Detroit News Published 12:01 a.m. ET April 22, 2019 Russ Mason isn’t saying chronic wasting disease will spread from deer and their brethren to other species, including our own. He’s careful about that. But “evidence is mounting,” … Continue reading

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Recovery of the Gray Wolf

The gray wolf, an iconic species of the American West, had all but disappeared from landscape in the lower 48 states by the early 20th century. Now it roams free in nine states and is stable and healthy throughout its … Continue reading

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