Twenty-eight Kentucky elk come home to the Flambeau River State Forest in Sawyer County, where they’ll be part of the Clam Lake herd.
Wisconsin DNR Reports
Fish from initial year of Wisconsin Walleye Initiative reaching harvest size this year.
Funds derived from the sale of these stamps contribute to restoration and management efforts on thousands of acres of important wildlife habitat.
Public hearings throughout Wisconsin provide great opportunity to provide feedback regarding fall waterfowl hunting season structure.
Emergency rule was developed following an extensive angler engagement process that included seven public meetings with total attendance of 500.
Study will evaluate factors like predation, habitat conditions, hunter harvest, and CWD to measure impacts on deer survival and deer populations in southern Wisconsin.
DNR recommends anglers start assessing their shelter removal situation early and make arrangements as necessary to meet the removal deadlines.
He previously worked in a number of positions within the wildlife management program.
Population declines over the past several decades have led to an increased emphasis on grassland habitat management on the four core properties and neighboring private lands.
Interest in sturgeon spearing continues to be strong with 12,962 licenses sold for the 2017 season, including 12,479 for Lake Winnebago and 483 for the Upriver Lakes.
Iowa, Michigan, and Wisconsin are confident that experimental teal seasons met federal requirements and that the fourth year should not require any additional monitoring.
Season opens at 5 a.m. Jan. 7 and runs until midnight May 5
Competition, which attracts many of the top wildlife artists from across the country each year, will be held Sept. 15-16