The Wisconsin State Journal has reported that as of August 14, 10,025 people had applied for 2,010 wolf hunting permits.
The hunt is schedule to begin Oct. 15 and go through the end of February. The application fee is $10, so about $100,250 has already been raised and all that money will go toward the Wisconsin DNR’s wildlife conservation efforts.
Anti wolf hunting groups have filed lawsuits to stop the hunt, as has become a matter of routine in wolf management.
Ever notice how the antis always to fail to suggest how the DNR might generate all that revenue if the wolf hunt were to be stopped?
Ever see the antis volunteer to come up with that money themselves to put toward conservation?
No, never. More proof that they do not really care about wildlife. They just don’t want anybody to hunt.