Video: Working with Ranchers to Protect Livestock and Wolves

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Defenders' Suzanne Stone and Roger Olson of the Wood River Project in Idaho demonstrate the proven, nonlethal techniques being used to successfully prevent wolf-livestock conflicts.

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Defenders Publication
A comprehensive guide that outlines a wide range of nonlethal methods that are working to reduce livestock losses to wolves.
Northern long-eared bat, © Steven Thomas/NPS
Fact Sheet
Bats are the only mammals capable of true flight. With extremely elongated fingers and a wing membrane stretched between, the bat’s wing anatomically resembles the human hand.
Bison, © Walter Novak
Where We Work
With large swaths of undeveloped land and some of America’s biggest native animals, the Rocky Mountains and Great Plains provide the last best wildlife habitat in the lower 48 for many species.
Photo: Joel Sartore
How You Can Help
A “hunters’ rights” group wants to hold a predator-killing derby on public lands in Idaho! Tell the BLM to deny this barbaric event.