Wisconsin DNR Reports

Wisconsin DNR: Wolf count up by 13 percent

Using the new occupancy model, the DNR estimated that there are between 957 and 1,573 wolves in Wisconsin, with the most likely estimate being 1,195 wolves. This is an increase from the 2019 range of 835 to 1,333 wolves with the most likely estimate being 1,047 wolves.

Got swifts?

Survey seeks to identify chimneys providing bird habitat;
pilot project aims to help owners pay for repairs to preserve habitat.