People share the northern Wisconsin forests with wolves. These folksview the wolf from several perspectives: some fear him, others love him, and still there are those who outright hate him. Regardless of opinion, the wolf is the most talked about wild animal in Wisconsin. So how do we all live in these woods with such a well-known creature?
Dr. Jane Goodall believed in order to save Chimpanzees local people’s needs must be addressed; she said: ”People living in the forests surrounding critical chimpanzee habitat are among the poorest on the planet. Consequently, it is short-sighted to develop solutions for chimps without addressing the needs of local people. Effective programs must provide win-win solutions for both chimps and people. Thankfully, conserving forests benefits both local people as well as chimps and other fauna (Source: Lessons Learned from Dr. Jane Goodall, by Nancy Merrick).
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