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Attitudes to Wolves and Wolf Policy Among Ojibwe Tribal Members and Non-tribal Residents of Wisconsin’s Wolf Range

Gray wolf (Canis lupus) policy is dynamic and involves multiple stakeholders. Attitudinal surveys have historically measured stakeholder attitudes, although Native American views have rarely been studied systematically. We sent a mail-back questionnaire to members of the Bad River Band of … read more

An Indigenous Critique of the North American Model of Wildlife Conservation

Within the mainstream environmental movement, regulated hunting is commonly defended as a tool for preserving and managing populations of wild animals for future generations. We argue that this justification, encapsulated in the seven principles of the North American Model of … read more

Ma’iingan Brother Wolf

With insight from Ojibwe elders, biologists and artist Rabbett Before Horses Strickland, this film captures enduring spiritual connections with Brother Wolf, the lasting bonds and responsibilities shared between native people and the wolf species, and the opportunities and challenges presented … read more

Comments opposing Delisting Great Lakes Indian Fish & Wildlife Commission

These comments on the Proposed Rule to Remove Ma’iingan (Grey Wolf/Canis lupus) from the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife, Docket No. FWS-HQ-ES-2018-0097 (Proposed Rule), have been authorized by the Board of Commissioners (Board) and the Voigt Intertribal Task Force … read more

Keweenaw Bay Indian Community (KBIC)

The wolf remains protected within the KBIC Tribal Code under Endangered Species and Protected.  KBIC will designate the Home Territory, approximately 3.9 million acres within the 1842 Treaty area, as Wolf Sanctuary where sport hunting and/or trapping will not be allowed  Animals … read more

Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa

The Red Cliff Band of Lake Superior Chippewa has declared its entire reservation as a wolf sanctuary in recognition of the animal’s importance in Ojibwa culture. The status of wolves in Red Cliff, the State of Wisconsin, and the Great … read more

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