Take Action To Protect Wolves

Take Action Now Wolves are under assault in the guise of an interior appropriations bill with a rider that calls for delisting wolves. There are also several anti wolf bills in congress to this date.

“The judicial branch exists to provide oversight and review of our nation’s laws, and the idea that this Republican appropriations bill would try to circumvent that constitutionally critical process is wrong,” McCollum said.

Here’s what you can do to #KeepWolvesProtected
^If you are on Twitter  
tweet your reps in both the senate and the house instructions are in this blog https://wolvesofdouglascountywisconsin.com/2015/06/20/action-alert-tweetstorm-at-congress-keepwolveslisted-and-protect-the-esa/

^Call both of your members of congress, in the house and the senate https://www.opencongress.org/people/zipcodelookup
^Call the secretary of the Interior 

phone number 202-208-3100 


^Call the White House 
Call the President


Comments: 202-456-1111

Switchboard: 202-456-1414


Comments: 202-456-6213

Visitor’s Office: 202-456-2121

^Email the President 


Wolves are not fully recovered in the lower USA. Wolves are Keystone Predators that are essential for the health of our ecosystems. Wolves are not a major threat to livestock or humans.

It’s up to all of us to take action to #KeepWolvesListed Now #ActionAlert

WODCW statement on a recent USF&WS rejection of a compromise petition https://wolvesofdouglascountywisconsin.com/2015/06/30/u-s-fish-and-wildlife-service-denies-threatened-status-for-gray-wolf/

Photograph by Ron Niebrugge

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