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Contact information
For wolf information contact:
David MacFarland
Carnivore specialist
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 depredation reports and maps

A gray wolf seen in Iowa County.  Photo courtesy of Kate Cassidy.

A gray wolf seen in Iowa County. Photo courtesy of Kate Cassidy

Depredation and threats map

Verified wolf depredations and threats

Depredation maps show locations of all depredations on livestock (injured or killed), and verified threats or harassment of livestock. For the purpose of depredation management, game farm deer are considered livestock. Non-livestock depredation include attacks on pets, and human safety situations with wolves.For hound depredations and accompanying caution area maps, see the dog depredation page.

Printable PDF maps

2015 Depredation & threats map [PDF]
2014 Depredation & threats map [PDF]
2013 Depredation & threats map [PDF]

Map of wolf depredations and threats

Depredation report


Depredation reports include the details of individual Wildlife Services depredation reports, including if the report was verified as a wolf depredation or determined as another cause.

Damage payments

Wolf damage payments

Summary of annual wolf damage payments 1985-2016.

Last revised: Tuesday May 10 2016