…including California, Alaska and British Columbia. Speak for Wolves is an annual wildlife advocacy conference in the heart of Yellowstone at West Yellowstone, Montana • July 26-28, 2018 Approximately 5000 gray wolves have been slaughtered across the United States, particularly in the Northern Rockies and Great Lakes regions, since 2011. Political interference from Congress in […]Read More Speak for Wolves 2018 conference will focus on rewilding efforts in the Pacific Northwest…
A film that presents the viewer with a complete picture of what it means to advocate for an imperiled species protected within Yellowstone National Park; contrasted against an uncertain future because of wolf hunting taking place just beyond the park’s borders. “Inside the Heart of Wolf Advocacy- The Yellowstone Story” tells the stories of people […]Read More A Film Project “Inside the Heart of Wolf Advocacy – The Yellowstone Story”
Stories of people working to preserve the legacy of wolves in Yellowstone National Park. “Inside the Heart of Wolf Advocacy-The Yellowstone Story” presents the viewer with a complete picture of what it means to advocate for an imperiled species protected within Yellowstone National Park; contrasted against an uncertain future because of wolf hunting taking place […]Read More A Documentary Film Project “Inside the Heart of Wolf Advocacy – The Yellowstone Story “
A Documentary film project that tells the stories of people working to preserve the legacy of wolves in Yellowstone National Park. A Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Film. Co Produced by Rachel Tilseth And Maaike Middleton and Directed by Rachel Tilseth. Donate Here to support this film project About the featured photograph we see Wolf […]Read More “The Yellowstone Story-Inside the Heart of Wolf Advocacy” film project…
Action Alert courtesy of Ilona Popper. 1. Call each Montana Fish, Wildlife, Parks Commissioner: Tim Aldrich, (406) 241-7164 (I just had a great conversation with him!) Dan Vermillion, Chairman (406) 222-0624 or email@example.com (our district) Richard Stuker, Vice-Chairman (406) 357-3495 Logan […]Read More Please take action to keep wolf hunt quota low near Yellowstone National Park to support wolf tourism and research.
The Grand Teacher or The Big Bad Wolf Can Native American activism and ancient wisdom save the wolves? Source JACKSON HOLE, WY – Last summer Roger Dobson, a tribal spokesman for advocacy group Protect the Wolves, spent two months in Yellowstone observing and videotaping 911M, an old pepper-gray wolf with sparkling eyes. He watched the blacktail […]Read More Protecting wolves: Activism with ‘Heart’
A remote video camera captured a wild wolf family in Montana playing at a rendezvous site. The definition of a wolf rendezvous site is a place for puppies to stay while the rest of the family is off hunting. Wolves will leave the pups with a babysitter for safe keeping at a rendezvous site. In […]Read More Life of a wild wolf family in Montana captured on a remote video camera.
Please join us, Campaign for Yellowstone’s Wolves, to help mobilize park visitors in support of Yellowstone’s wolves and grizzly bears this summer. Volunteers are needed to hand out fliers to visitors at Yellowstone National Park that educate the public on the urgent need to create a no- hunting buffer zone around the park to protect […]Read More Rally this summer to: Urge federal officials to create a no-hunting and no-trapping zone for wolves and Grizzly bears around Yellowstone National Park
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) is planning to remove Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections from grizzly bears who live in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. This would turn management of this iconic species over to the states and subject these animals to trophy hunting seasons in Montana, Idaho and Wyoming.Contrary to what the USFWS […]Read More Humane Society of the U.S. Alert Protect Grizzly Bears in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming