Changes to Juvenile Justice, Examining The Recent Wolf Hunt

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Adrian Wydeven uses two sticks to pull apart wolf scat
Adrian Wydeven, a retired Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources wolf researcher, uses two sticks to pull apart wolf scat on the side of a road in Solon Springs, Wis., on June 17, 2019, showing parts of a hoof and bone fragments inside. Wydeven said alfa wolves use scat and urine to mark their trails. Clara Neupert/WPR

We dig into plans the governor has included in his budget to overhaul the juvenile justice system. Then, we explore the impact that the recent wolf hunt will have on the formerly-endangered canines.

Featured in this Show

  • Evers' Plans For Overhauling Juvenile Justice System

    Gov. Tony Evers proposed changes to the juvenile justice system as part of his state budget. The Milwaukee County Division of Youth and Family Services administrator explains how the governor’s plan may better serve youth and families.

  • Consequences Of The Winter Wolf Hunt

    Hunters killed almost 100 more wolves than state officials wanted during Wisconsin’s unprecedented winter hunting season. We talk with a carnivore expert about what effects the hunt might have on the wolf population and breeding season and how he thinks the state should handle wolf hunts.

Episode Credits

  • Kate Archer Kent Host
  • L. Malik Anderson Producer
  • Joe Tarr Producer
  • Lee Rayburn Technical Director
  • Mark Mertens Guest
  • Adrian Treves Guest