Give Wolves a Chance in New York


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New York's Department of Environmental Conservation plans to remove wolves from the state's list of protected wildlife. Although wolves don't live in New York anymore, the state's abundant habitat in the Adirondack Mountains and elsewhere could once again support this magnificent species.

Rather than remove protection, New York should actively plan for wolves' recovery. Scientists believe they could return to the state by crossing the St. Lawrence River — but only if kept safe from harm.  

Because the Trump administration seeks to remove federal protection from wolves nearly nationwide, state laws like New York's provide a crucial safety net for wolf conservation. We need your help to keep it that way.

Please tell New York's wildlife officials to keep state protection for wolves.

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