Actions Alerts

Action Alerts

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  California's Lassen wolf family                                                                                CDFW photo
The success of the story of wolf recovery in North America lies in the dedicated work of many who work to give wolves their rights on the landscape. Wolves are back! helping to bring balance to the landscape. This is one of conservations greatest success stories. But wolves continue to be one of the most controversial of animals as conflicts, fear and misperceptions continue to put them in jeopardy.
For a stable recovery, wolves continue to need our voices. Opportunities to help and to take action for wolves will be shared as they are available. By taking action in support of wolf recovery, what seems like a small step counts. 

On January 6, 2021, Gray Wolves were stripped nationwide of their Endangered Species protection excepting the Mexican gray wolves. Now Idaho plans to kill 90% of their wolves and Montana 85% of their wolves.  USFWS is conducting a year long status review. They have the authority to make an emergency relisting which is what we need to ask them to do. Public comments are being taken. Wolves need your voice today!
Here are some options for Action Alerts:

          --- Save Our Wolves - current situation & up to date click and send actions - Center for Biodiversity

          --- ** USFWS Public Comment Period - Submit your own comment  Relist Wolves   See below for action

          --- End Federal Subsidies - International Wildlife Coexistence Network   Petition to sign

                   

Action Alert for wolves of British Columbia -  Pacific Wild

Kids Take Action! - Bellingham, Wa. students help to spread the word

** USFWS Public Comment Period Sept. 19 - Dec. 19 2021

Shared via Wolves of the Rockies

The public comment period has opened for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife's 365-day long status review of the gray wolf. We need your voice today— we need you to add your comments on why wolves need to be immediately relisted. Click "more" for the link to comment. There is no sound scientific or legal argument as to why the gray wolf can’t be granted an emergency relisting and go through a status review simultaneously. If USFWS waits 12 months to relist wolves, there might not be any wolves left to list. Click the link below to submit your comments today:

1. Go to http://regulations.gov

2. Search docket number “FWS-HQ-ES-2021-0106-0001” or click on title-" Endangered and Threatened Wildlife...."

3. Click on the blue bar that is labeled “comment”.

4. Follow the form instructions to submit your comments.

Together, we can #RelistWolves!

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