|Volunteers are needed for wolf study|
People interested in volunteering to locate wolves and other medium to large carnivores this winter can learn how to track during a series of upcoming training sessions.
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) started a volunteer carnivore-tracking program in 1995 to help monitor the state’s wolf population, as well as look for signs of other medium- to large-size carnivores.
Last winter, 150 volunteers conducted nearly 8,000 miles of snow track surveys in search of wolves and other carnivores. Data they gathered was compiled with other monitoring data to aid DNR biologists in evaluating wolf populations.The Wisconsin DNR is again asking
|Tuesday, November 12, 2013 1:43 PM|