Clark Cty Wolves get collared

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4 years 2 months ago - 4 years 2 months ago #63 by WWH Admin
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A cooperative effort between Wisconsin DNR, USDA – Wildlife Services, and Timber Wolf Information Network led to the capture and radio-collaring of two wolves in Clark County in June of 2013. One of the animals was an 89-pound adult male and the other was a 68-pound yearling female. Monitoring their radio locations weekly will help with research on wolf territory sizes and how wolves use the landscape










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3 years 10 months ago #107 by praywi
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If a hunter shoots one of these deer killing machines and it is fitted withk a collar, doe's it need to be returned to dnr?

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3 years 10 months ago #108 by WWH Admin
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Yes. The collars are used for tracking and it'll have data that the DNR needs... or should I say that they "claim to need".

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