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Adrian Wydeven

Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Plan

Timber Wolf Alliance Coordinator and wolf biologist Adrian Wydeven is helping provide input on a Mexican gray wolf recovery plan for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS). He is part of a team that met near Tucson, Arizona, in December 2015 and will be meeting again in the southwest…

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WPR: Are High Wolf Numbers Driving Hunting Dog Attacks?

A former state wildlife biologist contends Wisconsin’s high wolf numbers may not be the driving factor behind a record 40 hunting dogs killed by wolves this bear season. Timber Wolf Alliance Coordinator Adrian Wydeven, a former wildlife biologist for the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, said the state saw fewer…

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TWA Survey Says WI Wildlife Professionals Prefer Higher Wolf Goal

The Northland College Timber Wolf Alliance recently released a technical report, surveying the opinions of the Wisconsin Chapter of the Wildlife Society regarding wolf population goals for Wisconsin. The survey was conducted and the report written by Erik Olson, assistant professor of natural resources, and Adrian Wydeven, chair of the…

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Wolf Awareness Week Keynote Speaker Dr. John Vucetich

October 20, 7:00 pm8:15 pm

Join the Timber Wolf Alliance in celebrating Wolf Awareness Week! Our keynote presentation will be given by Dr. John Vucetich, a professor of environmental science and ethics at Michigan Technical University. This event is free and open to the public. The United States Fish & Wildlife Service says that it…

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Timber Wolf Alliance Speakers Bureau Training

August 18, 4:00 pm6:00 pm

Join the Timber Wolf Alliance for an optional Speakers Bureau training before its Wolf Ecology and Conservation-certification weekend. You must register for that workshop to attend this training.

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Scientists Divided Over Delisting Wolves in the Midwest

…in the Great Lakes states should continue to be federally protected under the Endangered Species Act (Letter to list_30Nov2015). The Northland College Timber Wolf Alliance has not taken a position on this issue. The TWA supports the scientific management of wolves and believes wolves play critical roles in forest ecosystems….

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MJS: Numbers don’t add up in wolf-hound debate

As often is the case with ecological issues, simple answers or solutions are often inadequate or incorrect. By Adrian Wydeven, Timber Wolf Alliance Everyone likes a good mystery, especially one where an unlikely candidate is revealed as the culprit. This “Ah ha!” moment is a staple of the genre and…