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Image courtesy of ODFW
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.
Restore protections for Rocky Mountain Wolves - Wolves in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming have no Endangered Species protection and are being killed in record numbers. Ask for emergency relisting under the Endangered Species Act. Two petitions are available - both can be signed:
Defenders of Wildlife petition
Red Wolves Need Your Voice - Red wolves are nearly extinct with less than 20 red wolves in the wild. Speak up for the strongest possible plan. Center for Biodiversity
Speak up for wolves in our national forests - Urge the U.S. Forest Service to require carnivore coexistence on national forests Wildlife Guardians
Protect Gray Wolves in Washington State - Send a message to Governor Inslee to appoint pro-wolf commissioners.
Endangered Species Coalition.
Petition to the NRA - The NRA is challenging a legal victory that restored Endangered Species Act protections for wolves in key locations across the country. Wildlife Guardians
Action Alert for wolves of British Columbia - for Canadian citizens Pacific Wild
Kids Take Action! - Bellingham, Washington students help to spread the word!
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