This week, Cal talks about how much water a brown pelican can carry, the difference between big game regulations and legislation, grizzly poaching, and the death of Karl Mock.
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By now most of you have heard about the convicted Missouri poacher who was sentenced to watch the movie Bambi as part of his punishment. A lot of people, including mainstream media outlets, seem to be celebrating this creative sentencing. At MeatEater, we’ve got some serious questions about this approach to enforcing wildlife violations.
By all accounts, poaching is the most heinous and egregious of wildlife-related crimes. This is one thing that...
In a blisteringly fast effort, sportsmen and women in Wisconsin harvested 162 wolves as of Wednesday morning—43 more than the target set at 119. All units opened on Monday, Feb. 22 and closed Wednesday at 3:00 p.m.
After wolves were removed from the Endangered Species List across the Lower 48 in January, Wisconsin moved toward hosting their first wolf season since 2014 in the fall of 2021. However, a lawsuit by Hunter Nation won a court order...
Despite their fearsome reputation, wolves are rarely aggressive towards humans. It’s usually bears or mountains lions attacking people that end up in the news. That changed early Friday morning when a wolf in Canada’s Banff National Park attacked a family of campers in their tent. According to Lesley Matheson with Parks Canada, one of the campers received injuries to his hand and arm. The entire family was transported to a Banff hospital for...