DID D.N.R PLANT WOLF'S IN SHEBOYGAN MARSH?

1/4/10 @ 5:57 PM
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goods
goods
USER since 1/11/02
Just heard over the weekend from several different people the D.N.R planted 3 wolfs in the marsh .And 2 more near parrnell tower. is it true or false. When the d.n.r warden was asked. His response was he could not comment on the Wolfs. TELL ME IT A'NT SO. Puke

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3/1/10 @ 12:04 PM
back40
back40
USER since 10/18/07
Hmmm... Going to be a lot moving....their all problems Evil Grin

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3/1/10 @ 1:39 AM
Kodiakman
Kodiakman
USER since 3/21/04
Wolves are not planted, they are "relocated" for what every greater good that they feel nessecasry. That is the language they use, and carry out. No need to put down a problem wolf, move it.

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2/25/10 @ 7:25 AM
Flytrap
Flytrap
USER since 1/29/08
Impressive, seing from USC to Sheboygan! Wink

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2/23/10 @ 3:28 PM
ohioguy
ohioguy
USER since 4/19/05
mmm. cougars. tasty critters!

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2/23/10 @ 3:16 PM
scmuskies
scmuskies
USER since 10/14/03
ohioguy pretty much summed it up, he just left out the cougars. My neighbor said that he overheard a guy in a bar one night talking about how his brother in-law's former roomate at USC saw the DNR put them there. Must have been a foggy night...

Edited on 2/23/10 3:17 PM
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2/23/10 @ 1:00 PM
ohioguy
ohioguy
USER since 4/19/05
it all started back in the day when red tailed hawks got introduced to control feral cats, which farmers had introduced to control mice, which came over on THE boat. then as each subsequent introduction got out of control, another level of predator had to be added. however, the turkeys had done a better job killing mice than hawks, and soon when we had a shortage of mice and too many turkeys, which moved on to grouse eggs and baby bunnies, which upset many 'o hunter. so the snakes were introduced to control the turkeys. but the snakes quickly migrated to the burbs where mice and escaped hamsters were still plentyful, so wolves had to be introduced to control the turkeys. there are actually some DNR guys (who were also part of the 9/11 covert action) researching yeti in Tibet right now, in an effort to sort out the wolf mess, because the wolfman has been pursued heavily by the paparazzi recently, and has gone into hiding. it all makes perfect sense if you just really get down to the facts.

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2/23/10 @ 11:37 AM
Bite_size_to a_bluegill
Bite_size_to a_bluegill
USER since 12/26/04
Seen a wolf about 10 miles from st. annne on gg crossing the road in the heavy fog last night where ive been seeing deer every night....Definetly wasnt a coyote. It was the size of a great dane...Just a little shorter and the tail was partly missing.

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2/16/10 @ 5:42 PM
highinatree
highinatree
USER since 11/24/04
one male and three females all with collars to detect mating.

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2/14/10 @ 11:50 AM
denesox
denesox
USER since 2/1/06
ryan, wardens are schooled in law enforcement, they are not biologists....you want info on laws, talk to the wardens, otherwise, try a wildlife biologist....you are barking up the wrong tree asking a warden.

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2/14/10 @ 11:08 AM
mathews05
mathews05
USER since 10/27/06
Ryan29, I would have to disagree with you on that one. Wolves being brought into the state by the DNR is one of the biggest misconceptions of the public out there. It's just about as big as the DNR relocating rattle snakes to reduce the turkey population. Wolves started to migrate back into northern WI from the populations in MN and since wolves are federally listed, the DNR couldn't do anything about it. When they started to become more prevalent, biologists started tranquilizing them and putting radio collars on them to track their movements. As for the wolves in the marsh... I doubt they were planted there...

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