USFWS may walk away from red wolf recovery efforts! Tell them to give these endangered wolves a fighting chance at survival.
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As we celebrate the anniversary of the Wilderness Act, our president reflects on the importance of wild lands both to humans and wildlife.
© Howie Garber
Gray Wolf, © Bruce Faanes
These wolves don't have to die. Tell WDFW to rescind the kill order for wolves in the Huckleberry Pack!
© Bruce Faanes

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