A Goodbye and A New Beginning for Wisconsin Wildlife Ethic

30 Jan


When long time Wisconsin wildlife advocate Patricia Randolph and I started Wisconsin Wildlife Ethic in the current incarnation in 2012, I had no idea what I was getting in to. Like many of you I was horrified at what was occurring in Wisconsin with our wildlife and I just had to find a way to inform people. Since I began the website in 2012 we have logged almost 250,000 views and have received many generous donations and memberships from all over the country.

Now that this website has established a loyal readership it is time for changes that will allow Patricia Randolph to mold the site to her vision of what Wisconsin Wildlife Ethic is to be. This will be my final post for Wisconsin Wildlife Ethic. I have thoroughly enjoyed writing this blog and helping to inform people as to what is really happening under our noses here in Wisconsin. My departure does not mean that Wisconsin Wildlife Ethic will not continue. On the contrary. Patricia and other wildlife advocates will be taking over full control of the website and will continue to publish news and commentary regarding the shameful treatment of wildlife in Wisconsin.

I am not disappearing either. I will be continuing to blog and help to inform the public of the demented behavior encouraged in this state against our wildlife. Shortly I will be posting the address to my new blog and I hope that the loyal readers of this site will continue to follow my writing there. My new blog will feature guest columns from others active in the wildlife advocacy and I will continue to keep you updated on any developments concerning Wisconsin’s War on Wildlife.

I wish to thank the loyal readers of this site and I welcome you to my new project and hope that you continue to support Wisconsin Wildlife Ethic.


Posted by on January 30, 2014 in Uncategorized


6 responses to “A Goodbye and A New Beginning for Wisconsin Wildlife Ethic

  1. suzydstristan

    January 30, 2014 at 5:45 pm

    Thank you for fighting for Wisconsin’s wildlife. It means a lot to us who follow you.

  2. Maureen

    January 30, 2014 at 8:01 pm

    Thank you for letting us know you’re starting your own blog. I will definitely follow it, and continue to follow this one.

  3. Gail

    January 31, 2014 at 8:15 am

    thanks from NY….and good luck.

    • Diane

      February 1, 2014 at 10:46 am

      I read the opening 2 words “A Goodbye” & thought oh! no! I felt as though I was losing a friend. I am happy to hear you are continuing on & I will follow you. I will also continue to follow this site. I will anxiously await the rebirth of both sites. I am so grateful to both you & Patricia for fighting the good fight & even more important for keeping all of us informed. We are definitely under siege in a war against wildlife & it’s so important to keep fighting.

  4. laina

    February 3, 2014 at 6:15 pm

    Thank you for your work.

  5. madravenspeak

    February 7, 2014 at 2:01 pm

    I want to thank Paul for setting up this wildlife web site as a political and educational platform for the 90% majority of the public who appreciate living wildlife to organize. Paul has been a passionate voice for wildlife, particularly wolves, and against the use of packs of dogs on our wildlife as a death tool.

    I wish him a long and effective blogging activity for our wildlife and good luck in whatever ventures he takes on to help.

    The more people that understand that we the general public have been ripped off of our democratic right to participate fully in deciding what happens to billions of dollars we have all spent on public lands, stewardship lands, state parks and former refuges – all taken by the 10% minority cartel for killing our wildlife – the better.

    Wildlife Ethic will continue to focus on opening up the 80 year old public election and vote to the general public as their citizen right and duty. It is coming up Monday, April 14 at 6:30 p.m. in every county in the state – and among the 58 power grabs proposed, are:

    1. A season to kill tundra swans
    2. The RIGHT to enter your private property, without asking, to retrieve packs of dogs they have allowed to run loose, harassing and killing our wildlife. So if you are walking your little terrier in your own woods or yard, a pack of dogs trained to have blood lust, can come through your land, followed LEGALLY by any hunter ( supposedly leaving his gun or crossbow behind somewhere – like that is going to happen ) and go through your land without you knowing about it if you are there or not, night or day.

    This is totalitarian control of our lands, public and private, for their killing and access.

    Thanks, Paul, and good luck to you.


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