Save the Wolves!


Wolves were rescued from the brink of extinction during the 1970s, when they gained federal protection under the Endangered Species Act. But in 2011, Obama Administration took the Grey Wolf population off of the endangered species list, making it legal to kill them. Since then, over 2,800 wolves have been senselessly slaughtered by sport hunters and trappers alone in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Minnesota, Wisconsin and now Michigan. They are being killed in response to attacks on livestock and for fun!

Wolves are important “keystone” predators that keep prey population in check; they balance the forest ecosystems. They are very essential to the health of forest ecosystems across the entire continental U.S., but now they only thrive in the wild in Canada, some northern parts of Montana, and Yellowstone where they were reintroduced.

For more information visit this site and please sign this petition to help protect these wolves.

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