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BOOK GIVEAWAY! HOWL: OF WOMAN AND WOLF

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Love wolves? Stay informed, get in depth reports and information, learn new facts about wolves, and see incredible photos… sign up for Living with Wolves’ newsletter today! If you sign up TODAY (9.22.15), you will be entered into a drawing to receive a signed copy of Howl: of Woman and Wolf, a new book by Susan Imhoff Bird, slated for…

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Campaign to educate kids about wolves a success

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Our Indiegogo campaign has ended, and we surpassed our goal! We received a total of $7,176 to be put toward our effort to educate kids about wolves. The Gray Wolf Educator Guide is coming to schools! Teachers in 5,800 K-12 schools in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Washington and Oregon are now receiving the Gray Wolf Educator Guide. We already heard back…

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Compassion begins with education

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Living with Wolves developed a unique and engaging Gray Wolf Educator Guide with National Geographic, to help teachers bring the excitement of the high-interest topic of wolves into the classroom. We want to deliver this guide directly into the hands of teachers at 5,800 K-12 schools in 5 western states.   But, we need your help. We’ve launched an Indiegogo…

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Scientists speak out against the use of strychnine in experimental studies

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In a misguided attempt to increase caribou population numbers, the Canadian government has been killing wolves.  Hervieux et al., a group of scientists in western Alberta, Canada used strychnine baits to kill wolves, hoping to decrease predation on caribou. Although strychnine poisoning was a method commonly used in the past to kill predators like wolves, today that practice has been…

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Tsongas Amendment does not pass in a 186-243 vote, focus efforts now on opposing the Newhouse Amendment

By | Call to Action, Recent News

First, thank you to all of you that have been reaching out to your representatives during this legislative assault on wolves and the Endangered Species Act.  We need you to continue, please. It is not over. The Tsongas Amendment that proposed to strike anti-ESA riders, including one to delist wolves in WY and Great Lakes region, from the Interior/EPA Appropriations…

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Legislative assault against wolves continues: Interior Department Appropriations Bill goes back to the Full House Floor tomorrow with riders that could remove ESA protections for wolves

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The Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2016 goes back to the Full House floor tomorrow, Tuesday, July 7, 2015 in Washington D.C. The bill includes riders to delist wolves from the list of Endangered Species in Wyoming, Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota. Call, email, tweet or contact your representatives via Facebook before 12pm EST tomorrow, Tuesday,…

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Politicians against wolves: Update on the legislative assault against the wolves of Wisconsin, Minnesota, Michigan and Wyoming

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The House Interior/EPA appropriations bill will be considered on the House floor, beginning this Thursday, June 25, 2015 in Washington D.C. The bill includes the same rider to delist wolves from the list of Endangered Species in Wyoming, Wisconsin, Michigan and Minnesota as was attached to the Senate Interior/EPA appropriations bill. The Senate Interior/EPA appropriations bill was approved last Thursday,…

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News on wolf delisting rider from the Senate Appropriations Committee markup

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At the Senate Appropriations Committee markup yesterday, June 18, 2015, Sen. Udall (D-NM) offered an amendment to strike all anti-environmental riders in the Senate Interior/EPA appropriations bill, including the wolf delisting rider. Although all the Appropriations Committee Democrats (14 total) voted in favor of striking the amendment, it wasn’t enough votes. The amendment failed with a straight party line vote:…

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