The Intent Upon Killing Wolves for Trophy on Public Lands is Exploitation

The War On Wolves Continues. Wolf advocates we must make our voices heard. By Alex Krevitz, M.A. Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin Science Editor In recent years state and federal natural resource agencies have targeted grey wolves Canis lupus, for elimination.  Scientific organizations and reputable non governmental wildlife organizations have had their peer reviewed scientific … Continue reading The Intent Upon Killing Wolves for Trophy on Public Lands is Exploitation

Action Alert: Stop the War on Wolves Act 

Senators from Midwest introduce bill to strip protections from endangered gray wolves. The legislation would stop citizens right to challenge this legislation in a court of law. There are currently two bills in congress that call to delist the wolf in three states, S. 164 (Senate) introduced on 01/17/2017 by Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) and H.R. … Continue reading Action Alert: Stop the War on Wolves Act 

Urgent Action Needed to Stop Anti-wolf and Wildlife Legislation in the U. S. House Being Voted on Today.

Today, February 25, 2016, The Share Act (Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement (SHARE) Act of 2015 (H.R. 2406)) is being voted on in the U. S. House of Representatives today.  This bill would return wolf management back into states that cannot be trusted to manage an endangered species like the iconic wolf.  It's important that you contact Your … Continue reading Urgent Action Needed to Stop Anti-wolf and Wildlife Legislation in the U. S. House Being Voted on Today.

Take Action- There are two anti-wolf bills in the senate.

Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) introduced an amendment  that would remove wolves from federal Endangered Species Act protections in four states and no judicial review.  This is the second anti-wolf bill to be introduced in the senate. The first is the Bipartisan Sportsmen's Act.  Both of these bills call for delisting wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan … Continue reading Take Action- There are two anti-wolf bills in the senate.

A new amendment on the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act would remove wolves from federal protections in four states.

Take action for wolves in the Great Lakes Region and Wyoming. Wolf advocates must focus all their efforts on stopping the new ammendment that would remove federal protections in four states, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Michigan and Wyoming.  If this ammendment passes wolf hunts in these states will resume again.  Out of all the states that hunt … Continue reading A new amendment on the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act would remove wolves from federal protections in four states.