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Non-game species in Wisconsin

Non-game species include all birds, mammals and other terrestrial vertebrates which usually have no open season for hunting or trapping. Species classified as endangered or threatened are also included.

Non-game image collage showing northern cricket frog, American marten and Whooping Crane.

Non-game species play an important role in the normal functioning of ecosystems and contribute to the aesthetic quality of our environment. Species from left to right are northern cricket frog, American marten and Whooping Crane.

Last revised: Monday August 19 2019