It hasn’t always been easy, but 2022 has been another remarkable year in our fight to advocate for wolves and other imperiled wildlife of Wisconsin and the Great Lakes region. There will always be more work ahead, but for now, enjoy reading through a few of our wins from the last year and the highlights around the important issues that pushed us towards victory.
The most important thing that we can all do is be informed voters in November and VOTE WILD. Check to make sure that your voter registration is correct and that you are ready for election day!
This Earth Day, help us keep wolves safe in Wisconsin and the Great Lakes region. Your dedication allows us to continue organizing and advocating for the strongest protections for gray wolves.
Yesterday, the Trump administration took an axe to the Endangered Species Act. Today it's easier for special interests to harm wildlife across this country in their pursuit of profits. It's not too late to stop the extinction crisis, but we need a strong Endangered Species Act to do it, and we need your help...
First they tried delisting wolves, and now they’re trying to gut the Endangered Species Act, the law that has been protecting them for years. That’s why we are asking you to join us for the Stop Extinction Challenge! Learn everything you need to know here.
Prior to the public hearing, dozens of wolf activists gathered at nearby Gregory Park to oppose the delisting proposal. The rally featured speakers and chanting advocates with signs and wolf apparel.
The letter explains that the vast majority of the American public has shown time and again that they are supportive of wolf conservation and want science to guide wolf recovery.
Today the US House of Representatives passed HR 6784, the “Manage Our Wolves Act” despite public opposition from constituents, scientists, hunters and business owners.
Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf & Wildlife has joined forces with over 50 other organizations in submitting the following opposition letter to Capitol Hill on November 14, 2018.
When speaking with a staffer at the Wisconsin State Capitol last March, I asked how I could assure that my elected official would truly hear and consider my thoughts on wildlife conservation issues. He answered as if he was letting me in on a little secret...