In place this week's regularly scheduled Fireside Chat, we hope you can join us tomorrow evening @ 7PM CST for the annual celebration of our nation's wildlife and wild places!
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.
We have already accomplished so much in 2022, sending in resolutions to the Wisconsin Conservation Congress, meeting with state and federal lawmakers and staying informed. We have protected most of the wolves in our country and helped wildlife in peril just not in our backyards but nationally as well.
Friends, while we are all celebrating the good news that wolves in most of the country have regained needed protections under the Endangered Species Act, and our victory in court against Wisconsin's wolf hunt, the enemy line is always close...
After Animal Wellness Action offered a $10,000 reward for info leading to the successful prosecution of wolf poachers in the state last week, Hunters for Wolves felt that they would like to see that pool of money increase in order to bring attention to the illegal poaching of wildlife.
In the biggest news so far for wolf protection in the United States in 2021, a court in Wisconsin issued an injunction today requiring the Wisconsin DNR to set the quota at zero wolves for the upcoming wolf trophy hunt scheduled to start November 6th. The decision could spare hundreds of wolves targeted for killing.
Please join us tonight, October 18th at 7:30pm, for an URGENT meeting regarding a large number of bills, written by Hunter Nation, that will be detrimental to both wildlife and wildlands in Wisconsin.
Today Animal Wellness Action, the Center for a Humane Economy, Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf and Wildlife, and Project Coyote sued the state of Wisconsin over its reckless and politically motivated decision to authorize a quota of 300 wolves for the November wolf hunt, on top of the 218 known killed in a February hunt.
In collaboration with other wildlife advocacy organizations and the Tribes of the Great Lakes, we have filed an amicus brief on behalf of the wolves in Wisconsin to restore the legal protections critical to their survival. We will not let another slaughter like we witnessed in February occur again without a fight.
Join the more than 1.5 million people who have spoken up to keep Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves across the US! There is still time to take action for this iconic species. The deadline to submit public comment is MONDAY, July 15th at 11:59 pm.