Hunters React To Wisconsin Governor Evers’ Wolf Management Veto

On Friday, March 31st, Wisconsin Governor Tony Evers vetoed 41 bills which had been passed by the state’s legislature. Among the vetoed bills was Senate Bill, SB139, which would have set

a target population goal for the gray wolf which would have helped manage the state’s out-of- control and currently unmanaged wolf population. The veto was immediately condemned by

Wisconsin hunters, farmers and residents in the areas most impacted by the increasing wolf population, and around the nation by groups who see the move as purely political.