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USA: October 12-18 Is ‘Wolf Awareness Week’. Please Give Your Support To ‘Defenders of Wildlife’.




This post is created to support the work of Defenders of Wildlife;

Please support the efforts to help and protect the beautiful wolf as much as you can.

All the following is reproduced directly from our friends at Defenders of Wildlife:

Celebrate ‘Wolf Awareness Week’ – October 12-18 2014.


America‘s wolves need our help!

America’s wolves were nearly eradicated in the 20th century. Now, after a remarkable recovery in parts of the country, our wolves are once again in serious danger.

Federal sharpshooters are preparing for aerial wolf killing in Northern Idaho.

In Montana, the anti-wolf Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife are offering a $100 bounty per dead wolf.

Wyoming is moving forward with a plan that would allow wolves to be shot on sight across much of the state, including in National Forests and in some of the best available gray wolf habitat in the state.

Politicians in the Southwest are preventing the release of Mexican gray wolves into the wild – despite critically low wolf numbers that threaten a second extinction in the wild for these rare wolves.

Learn more: 


Learn more about:


The Impact of the Endangered Species Act on Wolves

Litigation to Protect Wolves

Regional wolf conservation efforts

Innovative wolf compensation program

Proactive work with ranchers to prevent livestock killing


What You Can Do

Take Action

Donate Now to Help Protect Wolves

Sign up for our Enewsletter and Alerts

Subscribe to our Wolf Action Alerts in your favorite feedreader.

Get Involved in Your Community

….and much, much more. See our Wildlife Action Center for more ideas!


Here are more things you can do right now to help protect wildlife:

Adopt an animal.

Visit our Wildlife Adoption Center and choose from over 30 animals to adopt! Enter discount code SVA10 to receive 10% off all of your wildlife gift adoptions.

Give a little each month.

Our monthly giving program provides the vital source of funds we need to help meet wildlife emergencies. Join today!

Defenders of Wildlife can be contacted at:

1130 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036