Reader-submitted letters to the editor published in the Nov. 17, 2023, edition of Wisconsin Outdoor News.
In 1974 when the gray wolf was officially listed as endangered under the Endangered Species Act (ESA), there were only about 750 wolves in the Great Lakes region.
In this season of reflection, I am grateful for all the accomplishments of the Wisconsin DNR over the past year. It has been an honor and privilege to lead this organization and work with such
The DNR is asking hunters to report any black bear den sites they find this fall and winter to boost the success of a black bear reproduction and diet study that is entering its third
I am submitting these comments on my own behalf, not representing any organization. I believe that I have a fairly unique history and involvement with wolf management in Wisconsin over the last 30 years. The
Reader-submitted letters to the editor published in the Nov. 3, 2023, edition of Wisconsin Outdoor News.
I am writing in response to Mr. Ray Heidel’s Commentary regarding the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) and the agency’s decision to make a change to the Mississippi River Canada goose zone season dates.<br
Forward-facing sonar is starting to get a bit of pushback from anglers other than the many of us who are envious of those who can afford it.
Pat Neu, president and co-founder of the National Professional
Following the development and possible finalization of the new Wisconsin Wolf Management Plan, and being part of past efforts that began in 2009 and strolled through three attempts, can be a very frustrating and time-consuming