Category Archives: Great Lakes Wolves

Alyssa Grayson Gives Keynote Address at National Event

Junior Advocate, Alyssa Grayson, speaks out against proposed delisting draft rule and urges or participation in the process. read more

Family Walk to Protect America’s Wild Heritage

A great opportunity for kids and families to participate on the National Day of Action to support ESA protections for America’s wolves. read more

Keeping the Debate Honest in Michigan

We welcome spirited and intelligent debate when it comes to seeking common ground. Nancy Warren keeps it honest, too. read more

New research confirms wolves trigger a trophic cascade (Wisconsin)

“The results of this research indicated clear evidence that the presence of wolves is associated with a trophic cascade of events.” read more

John Vucetich's Presentation "Hunting Wolves"

“John Vucetich, Michigan Tech associate professor of wildlife ecology and co-director of the Isle Royale Wolf-Moose Study, conducted two rather compelling presentations at this year’s 2013 Midwest Wolf Stewards Conference..” read more

Wisconsin: Appeal Filed in Wolf Hunt Lawsuit

“Wisconsin remains the only state in the United States that allows the use of dogs to hunt wolves. The controversial practice, opposed by wolf experts and animal welfare advocates alike, has been met ..” read more

PRESS RELEASE: Right to Vote Threatened by MI Senate Bill 288

““The referendum process is the right of citizens to vote to approve or reject new laws passed by legislature,” according to Nancy Warren, U.P. resident and Great Lakes Regional Director, National Wolfwatcher Coalition.” read more

Urgent Alert – Michiganders Unite for Wolves

“Calls are urgently needed to Michigan Senators and Representatives. Ask them to oppose Senate Bill 288. If you are not a MI resident, please pass along to a Michigan voter!” read more

Wisconsin: Spring Conservation Congress Update

“Please consider attending and sharing the following as a Wolfwatcher supporter. We appreciate your willingness to speak out on behalf of wolves.” read more

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