September 30, 2022

Efforts to Ensure No Wolf Attack in Wisconsin

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*Editor’s Note* – In what can only be described as an effort to suppress and prohibit an official incident of a wolf attack, authorities have gone out of their way to say that Nellessen’s “incident” with three wolves earlier this month was not an attack – and yet they have undertaken steps to kill wolves in this area stating for a reason of public safety.

Makes sense to me…NOT!

Nellessen’s incident and the agencies’ handling of it have drawn added attention because, if confirmed, it would have been the first verified wolf attack on a human in Wisconsin.

Since their investigation and interviews found no physical contact with the wolves and no injury to Nellessen, law enforcement officials did not classify it as an attack.

“It can become a semantic argument,” MacFarland said. “No matter how it’s described, it’s a case where the department is following its protocol following a threat to human safety.”

Source: Paul A. Smith – Efforts underway to trap, kill wolves in Adams County