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Day of Action for Mexican gray wolves

Start 2016 by taking action for Mexican gray wolves! Launching on January 13th in Colordao, join a four state wide day of action for Mexican gray wolves on January 14th. This critically endangered wolf needs your support now more than ever as they are continually prevented from recovering due to local politics. More information here

Another wolf calls California home

OR-25 has dispersed into California from Oregon! He is originally from the Imnaha pack in Northeastern Oregon (just like the famous wolf Journey!). Read about the newest wolf to the Golden State and what this means for our California wolf recovery efforts here.

California's first wild wolf pack since the 1920's

A wild wolf pack is confirmed to be in Siskiyou County. We have been working hard to lay a foundation for wolves to peacefully return to California after being eradicated by humans decades ago. We could not be more happy the wait is over. An amazing moment to be celebrated! See the Shasta pack puppies playing in this video.

Open letter from scientists and scholars on wolf recovery

70 scientists and scholars sent this letter recommending the continued federal protection for wolves under the Endangered Species Act (ESA) in the Great Lakes region and beyond.

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