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Wardens save souped-up skunk on Oconto County lake
Soup often is considered one of those cozy, comfort foods that is akin to wearing an electric blanket in your gut.

Wardens in Action
Monday, March 09, 2020 3:17:10 p.m.

Dogs, rescues, hunts, helping and a sneaky badger! Happy Holidays from WDNR Warden Service
You'll often hear a WDNR conservation warden say: 'No two days are the same.' That's true in any season in Wisconsin, where the natural resources are incredible, the people are active and the wardens are ready to respond.
Wardens in Action
Thursday, December 19, 2019 9:32:32 a.m.
Bandits bag burls but brainy teamwork at birthday bash brings justice in case that touches woodworking industry
The 2018 case of the sawed-off burls started at a three-way intersection of a tip from the Wisconsin Woodland Owners Association to the state conservation wardens, a state forester's conversation with a victimized woodland owner and a trespass complaint to the Waupaca County Sheriff's Department.
Crime Stoppers
Thursday, November 14, 2019 3:53:19 p.m.
CASE MAKES BUCKET LIST: Wardens' fish trapping case no tall tale in close-knit Wisconsin river town
Thanks to the outstanding teamwork of current and retired Wis. Department of Natural Resources conservation wardens, Lt. Ted Dremel was able to fulfill one of his top bucket list goals -- catch a fish trapper.
Wardens in Action
Monday, August 26, 2019 3:22:50 p.m.
Lessons-in-action: New WDNR warden's fast rescues of canoeists reflect recruit training in August '18 floods
Warden Aaron Koshatka wasn't thinking about it when he was rescuing canoeists from the strong winds and high waves of Lake Hayward in May, but lessons learned as a recruit during the perilous August 2018 night rescues in a rapidly flooding Crawford County community were automatically put into action as effective and efficient emergency reflexes.
Wardens in Action
Thursday, July 25, 2019 2:30:13 p.m.
Last revised: Friday, February 22, 2019

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