Category Archives: Great Lakes Wolves

Keep Michigan Wolves Protected: UPDATE

“More than 2,000 Michigan residents volunteered for Keep Michigan Wolves Protected, a coalition of animal welfare groups, conservationists, hunters and sportsmen, veterinarians, Native American tribes and faith leaders..” read more

Wisconsinites Unite Against Hunting With Dogs

“..it is up to the citizens of Wisconsin who oppose the use of dogs for wolf hunting to urge their legislators to support SB93 so that the bill moves out of committee and proceeds smoothly through the legislative process.” read more

Wisconsin Spring Conservation Congress Hearings/Public Comments

“You should familiarize yourself with the questionnaire. There are many questions that may interest you, not just the use of dogs to hunt wolves.” Nancy Warren, Great Lakes Regional Director

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Michigan DNR Hosts Public Meetings on Wolf Management

“Michigan’s DNR will be holding public meetings regarding the potential wolf hunting season. ” read more

Keep Wolves Protected in the Lower 48

“ACTION: Please call and write to your member of Congress to urge him or her to save wolves by signing onto Reps. DeFazio and Markey’s letter..” read more

Wolfwatcher Supports ‘Keep Michigan Wolves Protected’

“Wolves belong to all of us and with less than 700 wolves in the State, we support the right of Michigan voters to decide whether wolves should be hunted”. read more

Michigan Wolf Hunting/Trapping Season? Take Action Now!

“With only 700 wolves, in 131 packs, spread across Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, it is premature to consider a wolf hunting season. MI DNR supports a “limited” wolf hunting season but “limited” has not been defined. ” read more

President Obama: Appoint Congressman Grijalva next Secretary of Interior.

“.. we respectfully request that you sign this petition and share it, as well, so that our voice is heard for the wild ones.”

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Michigan Wolf Alert!

It has been a busy week in the Michigan Senate and the coming week will be equally busy in the Michigan House and once again, we need you to take two actions. read more

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