Many of you have contacted us expressing interest in getting more involved with our effort to STOP the mandatory state-sanctioned wolf hunt scheduled to happen in Wisconsin later this fall...you asked, and we heard you loud and clear! So, here are three things you can do to help save Wisconsin wolves TODAY.
It can be quite confusing as to what is actually going on in Congress with endangered species right now. It's a barrage of attacks, so we have highlighted the actions you can take right now to help save the Endangered Species Act.
The bill just dropped this week, and a hearing has already been scheduled for Tuesday, July 17th. Please ACT NOW.
This Farm Bill is set to threaten 58.5 million acres of protected forest land and eliminate regulations that protect endangered species from harmful chemicals. Please urge your Representative to oppose this bill before it's too late.
On April 11, 2018 hundreds of wildlife advocates in Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota gathered in solidarity at their state capitols to meet with lawmakers and speak for wolves and wildlife in the Great Lakes region.
This is a HUGE victory meaning that wolves in Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin will not face hunting and trapping seasons in the near future!
It is do or die time for Great Lakes wolves and the legal framework that protects them as we know it. Congress is considering multiple bills and amendments to legislation "riders" that would have devastating effects on wolves and the future of the Endangered Species Act itself. WE MUST ACT NOW...
This year’s House and Senate bills currently include provisions that would strip away federal protections for wolves and several other species, choke off funding for listed species and block provisions for wolves among other species in peril.
Nowhere in the Public Hearing was there mention of the critically important role the wolf plays in keeping our deer herd healthy.
Yesterday, Wisconsin State Representatives circulated a bill which would make it illegal for law enforcement to enforce state or federal law relating to management of wolves in Wisconsin.