Not exactly but their websites support witches, magic and even speak of Wicca as pagan religion. They also promote things of the earth, etc. The sites I have viewed are notably anti-God, especially anti-Christian. They also try to distance themselves from satan and satanists. Yet Jesus would clearly point out that to 'worship' the earth is just as much anti-Christ as the devil himself, because it is idolatry.
Well, often a wiccan practices witchcraft, but not all do. Just like not all witches are wiccan, but many are. Witchcraft is the art of spells, magic, herbs, and spirits and the like. Wiccans worship the earth lord and lady and celebrate the changes in the earth. Often the two can overlap, but not always.
Traditionally, by definition, Wicca is a witchcult - first degree initiation is as a Priestess and Witch, therefore all Wiccans are Witches. However not all Witches are Wiccan, as there are plenty of other Witchcraft traditions that do not involve Wicca.
Within eclectic NeoPagan paths, which are often based on the outer-court non-oathbound parts of Wicca (along with other things), there are some who do not choose to identify as Witches or practice the Witchcraft parts of the religion. Which I've never quite understood since Witchcraft is at the very heart of it, but ehh... to each their own I guess.