to gray wolf updates
- Contact information
- For wolf information contact:
- David MacFarland
- Anyone suspecting a wolf depredation in northern Wisconsin should call USDA Wildlife Services immediately
at 800-228-1368 (in state) or
715-369-5221. In southern Wisconsin call 800-433-0663
(in state) or 920-324-4514.
Gray wolf in Wisconsin
Wisconsin is one of about a dozen states in the country with a wild gray wolf population. Gray wolves, also referred to as timber wolves, are the largest wild members of the dog family. Wolves are social animals, living in family groups or packs. A wolf's territory may cover 20-80 square miles, which is about one tenth the size of an average Wisconsin county.
The gray wolf in the western Great Lakes region is currently on the Federal Endangered Species List. This listing status limits the state of Wisconsin's management authority including the authority to hold a wolf harvest season.
- Wolf Monitoring Report 2015-2016
- 2016 Wolf Pack Detections
- Pack and Lone Wolf Summaries (2015-2016)
- Preliminary Pack and Lone Wolf Summaries-Winter 2014-2015
- Wolf Packs Detected 2014-2015 Winter Monitoring Period
- Post-delisting Monitoring (2015)
- Post-delisting Monitoring (2014)
- Wolf attitude survey report (draft)
- Wolf Conflicts