2021 Annual Report Dear Friends, Twenty-five years ago, our time at wolf camp in Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountains came to an end. We never could have foreseen all that would unfold in the years that followed....Read More
2020 Annual Report Dear Friends, Whenever people come to know an animal over time, the animal’s unique characteristics and tendencies reveal themselves. As we gain insight into their individuality, a heightened sense of wonder and...Read More
When I joined Jim at Wolf Camp in the winter of 1993, he would tell me many stories about his early years with the Sawtooth Pack. One account that stands out was how a mountain lion killed the omega wolf and how the pack reacted to this loss.
This past summer, the Idaho Department of Fish and Game proposed extending the legal time for a trapper to check wolf snares from 72 hours to eight days. Designed to encourage more killing of wolves, this proposed rule could leave an animal to suffer for…
Dear Friends, It is our pleasure to share with you our determination to secure a future for wolves. This year, with your help, we have made many exciting advances in educating even more people about...Read More
Dear Friends, Living with Wolves envisions a world where wolves are valued and respected for their intelligence, their commitment to family, and for the vital role they play in making our ecosystems healthy and complete....Read More
20th anniversary of the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone National Park and Central Idaho. This year we are so pleased to celebrate with you the 20th anniversary of the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone National...Read More