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“Kudos to you Living with Wolves and the teachers who care enough to bring this tool into the classroom! These kids are the future protectors of wildlife. Knowledge is power!"



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“Thanks to you, you have shown people that wolves aren’t aggressive for no reason, except to hunt for food. Therefore they should not be hunted. I believe together, we can save wolves. Kids from every…

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“Thank you for raising awareness about wolves. Wolves are special and should stay a protected species. Your work has really had an effect on me and I think it is a great way to show people that wolves need our help. People should know that wolves are not going to hurt us or our ways, but that they are just living, eating and doing what wolves do. Wolves are more afraid of us then we are of them."



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“I used to think that wolves are mean and bloodthirsty, but now I know that they are kind and compassionate, protective and caring. I am sad that not everyone understands this.” – Kathie, Washington

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“I write to applaud you your efforts and dedication to the protection and preservation of our American wolves. You have certainly brought both awareness and a caring attention to the plight of the wolf in America today. Additionally, your effort to educate the public as to the nature of this noble creature has brought needed attention to the reckless nature of current legislation by our lawmakers."



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“My class and I just finished watching your documentary and read your National Geographic article, Lone Wolf. The students were quite moved by the entire learning experience as most of them have never been outside…

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I occasionally hear people comment that they don’t know how to help the Idaho wolf population. From now on I am going to refer them to your website. Thank you.



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“I am so grateful for your website and the educational value that is shared with so many people all over the world. I have learned so much and continue to learn and post your information…

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The majestic wolf, skillful predator, kind family member, has been misunderstood to the point of endangerment. Fear, hatred and the need to control the wolf’s untamable wildness created a world in which slaughter is acceptable and encouraged. There is no doubt the we humans bear responsibility for the protection of these magnificent creatures.


If you would like to share your appreciation for what Living with Wolves is doing to save wolves, please email