Conservation News

Nov 14, 2017

Coyotes play ecological role in region

A nuisance to the farming community or an urban-dwelling neighbor? However you've experienced coyotes in Wisconsin, there's no doubt they are here to stay. David Drake, professor at UW-Madison, explains, "“Coyotes are serving a purpose, absolutely...They are a native species of wildlife in Wisconsin, and they biologically belong here.”

» Full Article at WiscNews

Nov 14, 2017

Bobcat Population On The Rise In Wisconsin

It's good to see conservation efforts in Wisconsin paying off.

» Full Article at Wisconsin Public Radio

Nov 14, 2017

The Science Behind Fall Foliage

Here's a bit of science behind the beauty of fall colors.

» Full Article at American Forests

Nov 14, 2017

Driftwood Outdoors: Hunting is conservation

Whether you hunt or not, it's important to recognize the fundamental role that hunting plays in the conservation of our resources. In Wisconsin, we employ hunting as a tool to manage deer populations, reducing the damage they may cause to our diverse plant communities.

» Full Article at Fulton Sun

Nov 14, 2017

Milwaukee County moves to protect former asylum grounds and oak woods in Wauwatosa as park

Good news for Milwaukee County!

» Full Article at Journal Sentinel

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