Finally - - a formal demand for science and outside intervention in Wisconsin's disgracefully-bloody, and politicized and now-dog-assisted wolf hunt.
This is a developing story. Stay tuned.
A group of scientists are warning federal wildlife officials that the state Department of Natural Resources' wolf population estimates are faulty...
The researchers, led by UW-Madison's Adrian Treves, recommended an independent review of wolf mortality in the state. They also called for relisting the wolf as endangered and USFWS to demand Wisconsin officials present their data clearly in a standardized format.
Courtesy of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service