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California is wolf territory once again!

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 our press release here.

Endangered Species Act Under Attack

The Endangered Species Act has played an integral role in recovering species on the verge of extinction for the past 40 years. Populations of the bald eagle, peregrine falcon and American alligator are once again thriving thanks to the Endangered Species Act. However, this cornerstone of endangered species recovery has seen numerous Congressional attacks recently to undermine and impair its purpose. Wild wolf recovery relies on the Endangered Species Act. Wolves need you to raise your voice today.

Reach out to your representatives! Use this resource to determine who you should speak with.

Here are three main points to express when speaking to your representative:

  • The Endangered Species Act has a proven record of helping wildlife in danger of extinction (thousands of plant, fish & animal species). There is no need for Congress to interfere with this strong and successful act.
  • Please oppose any legislation to weaken the Endangered Species Act.
  • Please call on President Obama to oppose any riders that undermine the Endangered Species Act (especially to the Interior Appropriations Bill).
  • A helpful statistic:

  • 90% of Americans support the Endangered Species Act (view poll report here).
  • Journey and mate have a second litter!

    The famous California wandering wolf, Journey, has had a second litter of pups with his mate! Learn more here. This is great news! With the population of wild wolves in Southern Oregon growing, scientists agree that California will be the next state wolves naturally recolonize!

    Mexican Wolf Transparency and Accountability Act

    Mexican gray wolves need your voice! The Mexican Wolf Transparency and Accountability Act (HR2910) would remove federal protections from this critically endangered wolf. With only about 100 individuals in the wild, they need to protected! Learn how to help here.

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