Campaign for Yellowstone’s Wolves-seeks volunteers to defend wolves from political attack. 


IMPORTANT NOTICE! We want to create a special Cadre of “Ready-For-Action” Volunteers to defend wolves from political attack between now and early December. To join, please message us ASAP!
Here’s why: We need folks who at critical moments in coming days can contact key political leaders to oppose anti-wolf legislation now before Congress. Specifically, a “rider” attached to the 2016 appropriations bill for the environment would remove federal protection for wolves in Wyoming, Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin, and weaken the Endangered Species Act.
Yellowstone’s wolves would again be subjected to hunting along the huge border between Wyoming and Yellowstone/Grand Teton National Parks. In the past many park wolves were shot in this boundary area, including the beloved Alpha Female know as “06” of Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley. If that’s not bad enough, all of Wyoming and those Great Lakes states would again be open to wolf hunting.
We will contact everyone who joins this elite group on exactly who to contact, when, and how best to do so for maximum effect! We will coordinate this effort with other wolf advocate groups. Thank you in advance, dear friends!

Campaign for Yellowstone’s Wolves
Click HERE to message us through our Facebook page.

Latest Comments

  1. Kathy Grimm says:

    We all must strive to save Brother Wolf. More and more people are moving into his home land, giving him nowhere to raise his family. He doesn’t have a supermarket to shop from, he only takes the old, sick and the weak. Soon, he’ll have nowhere to live. We must do all we can, to save this magnificent animal.

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