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Snowy weather could determine life or death for Wisconsin’s poached gray wolves
A new analysis highlights how human activity and weather could make certain times of year more perilous than others for wolves.
Wisconsin permitted people to hunt a contentious species. That might change next year.
Amid backlash, the state is forming a new gray wolf management committee to reconsider the rules for 2022.
Wisconsin hunters have already killed more gray wolves than allowed
More than 27,000 people applied for permits for the state’s first wolf hunt since 2014.
What Is Causing Deadly Bacterial Infections In Wisconsin?
Is it traceable to a single source?
How it Works: A Computerized, Looping Waterslide
This waterslide does a gut-flipping--yet safe--loop-de-loop
Wisconsin Becomes First State to Name Official Microbe, Honoring Cheese-Producing Bacterium
Only 49 to go