Support Wolves

Wolves are a species on the brink.

Please learn more about them.
Support their preservation and restoration in the wild.

Wolves have been demonized and misunderstood for much of human history, long before the first campaigns began in the 1880s to eliminate them from the Western landscape.  To us, wolves are beautiful, smart, loyal, playful and in a fight for their survival as a species.  Follow the links below to learn more about these beautiful creatures and how you can help protect them from development and misguided federal and state policies.


 Other Ways to Take Action

America's wolves were nearly eradicated in the 20th century. Now, after a remarkable recovery in parts of the country, wolves are once more threatened.

Speak Up for Southwest Wolves!
Southwest wolves are struggling to survive: the latest population count confirms only 4 breeding pairs, and 52 wolves total, in the wild! Sign the petition to support sensible, science-based management of struggling Southwest wolves.

In Greater Yellowstone and the Northern Rockies
On August 5, 2010, a U.S. District Court in Montana restored federal protections for wolves in the Northern Rockies. Wolf hunts in Idaho and Montana have been temporarily halted, but now more wolves may be killed by Wildlife Services—federal agents who are seeking authority to gas wolf pups in their dens and sterilize breeding pairs to control the wolf population.Take action now to save wolves in Greater Yellowstone and the Northern Rockies...

In Alaska
More than 1,000 wolves in Alaska have been killed by aerial gunning since 2003, and state officials are pushing to kill even more wolves this year using aerial gunning, poison gas and snares. Take action now to save wolves in Alaska... 

In the Southwest
Misinformation and anti-wolf sentiment runs high, with the few remaining wolves in Arizona and New Mexico at risk of extinction. With only around 50 Mexican wolves -- and just two breeding pairs -- left in the wild, we need sensible, science-based wolf management to ensure the “lobo” will survive -- and thrive -- in the wilds of the Southwest. Take action to save wolves in the Southwest...