The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources has fired a ranger who was accused of bullying and intimidation. Daniel Perry patrolled the remote Northern Highland-American Legion State Forest. When his state employment was terminated last May, three of his co-workers were suspended. Perry was accused of harassing a female co-worker, shooting another with an air gun and urinating on a co-worker’s state-owned truck. Perry argued he wasn’t a bully, pointing out he had never been the subject of a complaint from a member of the public in 15 years with the D-N-R.