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Wild for Wolves at Bent Paddle Brewing

Join Howling for Wolves for the National ‘Wild for Wolves’ Day of Action at Bent Paddle Brewing in Duluth, MN on March 5th from 7 to 9 pm.

Thief River Falls Wolf Pack Call

Saturday, February 16th at 1 pm, the Thief River Falls Wolf Pack will be holding a conference call to discuss our campaign in partnership with the Center for Biological Diversity’s Ignite Change network to collect public comment in opposition to an upcoming proposal to…

Grand Rapids Wolf Pack Call

Saturday, February 16th at 3 pm, the Grand Rapids Wolf Pack will be holding a conference call to discuss our campaign in partnership with the Center for Biological Diversity’s Ignite Change network to collect public comment in opposition to an upcoming proposal to delist…

Organize to Save America’s Wolves

Join us in our involvement and support of the Call of the Wild Campaign to save America’s wolves with The Center for Biological Diversity. Use the link below to request an outreach packet, including: 100 comment letters, 25 fact sheets, 1 copy of this campaign…

Brainerd Wolf Pack Meeting| 2/23

When: Saturday, February 23rd, 1 to 3 pm Where: Brainerd Public Library, Brainerd, MN If you plan to attend, please also RSVP here: https://goo.gl/forms/Yc2OcredxPpmWK263 Howling For Wolves is looking across Minnesota for people willing to join together to stand up for the wolf! As…

4th Wildlife Killing Contest in Minnesota

The FOURTH wildlife killing contest of 2019 is being held in Minnesota this weekend. Please share this alert and take action now. Our actions last week were highly effective, with one of the hosts posting a policy that they ‘do not sponsor or affiliate with hunting contests’ after receiving so many calls. Your calls make a difference! Thank you for taking action.  

PRESS RELEASE: HOWLING FOR WOLVES CONDEMNS THREE WILDLIFE KILLING CONTESTS TO BE HELD THIS WEEKEND IN MN

Howling For Wolves condemns three wildlife killing contests to be held this weekend in Minnesota as cruel, ineffective, and disastrous for wildlife

St Cloud Wolf Pack Meeting| 2/9/19

Howling For Wolves is looking across Minnesota for people willing to join together to stand up for the wolf! As a part of this effort, we are working to establish supporter and volunteer groups called ‘Wolf Packs’ around the state.

Duluth Wolf Pack Meeting| 1/26/19

Howling For Wolves is looking across Minnesota for people willing to join together to stand up for the wolf! As a part of this effort, we are working to establish supporter and volunteer groups called ‘Wolf Packs’ around the state.

Wolves Regulate Their Own Numbers

From the Wolf Conservation Center:

“As apex predators wolves keep their own numbers in check.

Self-regulation in large carnivores like wolves ensures that the largest and the fiercest do not overexploit their resources.

According to a recent work published in OIKOS, population control is what distinguishes wolves and other “apex predators” from the rest. Wolves are highly social animals that live in well-organized family units called packs. Cooperative living gives wolf families a number of benefits. In addition to facilitating successful hunting, pup-rearing, and defending pack territory, cooperative living allows wolves to limit their own population – for example, they control the numbers within their group by only letting certain members breed. By self-regulating— they also help to keep their ecosystems in balance.

NPS REPORTS SIX YELLOWSTONE WOLVES KILLED BY HUMANS IN 2017

From the Wolf Conservation Center: YELLOWSTONE — Yellowstone released the Wolf Project Annual Report for 2017. “According to the report, staff recorded six uncollared adult wolf deaths and they were all caused by humans. Five were killed during the wolf hunting season in Montana…