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Don’t Forget To Look Down – Collaborative Approaches To Predator Conservation

Finding effective ways of conserving large carnivores is widely recognized as a priority in conservation. However, there is disagreement about the most effective way to do this, with some favoring top-down ‘command and control’ approaches and others favoring collaboration. Arguments … read more

Emotions And The Ethics Of Consequence In Conservation Decisions: Lessons From Cecil The Lion

Though the conservation community has long premised its moral foundations on consequentialist thinking and has embraced a dualistic worldview severing reason from emotion, the conservation community has erred by failing to address—or even acknowledge—the limitations of these fundamental tenets. This … read more

Public Preferences For Species Conservation: Choosing Between Lethal Control, Habitat Protection And No Action

Despite increasing support for conservation efforts, humans exert strong negative forces on nature and disagree over the management of these effects. Conflicts over conservation policy may reflect evolving opinions about how people ought to conserve species and whether to intervene … read more

Should Wolves be Delisted? Wolf Conservation Open Letter

The under‐signed scientists and scholars address some of the public policy questions surrounding wolf conservation under the Endangered Species Act read more

Wisconsin: Spring Conservation Congress Update

“Please consider attending and sharing the following as a Wolfwatcher supporter. We appreciate your willingness to speak out on behalf of wolves.” read more

Wisconsin Spring Conservation Congress Hearings/Public Comments

“You should familiarize yourself with the questionnaire. There are many questions that may interest you, not just the use of dogs to hunt wolves.” Nancy Warren, Great Lakes Regional Director

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