What Just Happened to Wisconsin’s Grey Wolves?

In less than 72 hours, the state of Wisconsin allowed 216 wolves to be legally killed statewide, during the day or night using dogs, snares, traps, guns, night vision technology, and even running them down to exhaustion with snowmobiles. This hunt was detrimental to our wolf population and they cannot withstand another hunt this fall.

Fireside Chat: Advocacy Support + Action

We are inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting tomorrow night to discuss the top three ways you can take immediate action for wolves and learn more about the launch of our campaign plan moving forward. Please come with all your questions and feedback. We hope to see you all there!

Join us for a Fireside Chat TONIGHT! Wolf Hunt Update

We are inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting tonight to discuss Wolf Hunt details, progress we have seen and problems we still face in this fight. Please come with all your questions, feedback on your experience contacting your representatives, how you are practicing self-care during this time, or just to chat. We hope to see you all there!

URGENT! WI WOLF HUNT OPENS TODAY: HERE’S WHAT YOU CAN DO

Our inbox is flooding with messages about how you can help STOP THE HUNT so here are some things you can do start doing RIGHT AWAY. Howl with all your heart and make your voice heard!

Wisconsin to Slaughter Hundreds of Wolves in Just Six Days

If any more evidence was needed about what an absolutely cruel and vile state Wisconsin is, look no farther than the events of the past five days regarding our gray wolf population. Here is a quick summary of what happened.

PRESS RELEASE: Dane County WI Approves Wildlife Killing Contest Ban Resolution, Urging Legislature, DNR and Governor to Action

Last night, the Dane County Board of Supervisors, in a unanimous vote, passed Resolution 502, urging the Wisconsin Legislature to develop and support changes to statutes to ban any and all future wildlife killing contests.

Sarah Bergstrom: Rural Areas About More Than Wolves

Who lives in rural Wisconsin? Stereotypically, farmers and hunters. But we aren’t stereotypes. We are also teachers, small business owners, artists, parents, etc. and our real needs have little to do with wolves...