Wisconsin Wolves in the Crosshairs Again

Tell the Natural Resources Board not to allow another wolf hunt this year.
Gray wolf
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This winter in Wisconsin, more than 200 wolves — approximately 20% of the state's total population — died in just three days. Hunters released packs of dogs to chase them down and kill them. Trappers set painful steel-jawed leghold traps and strangulation snares to catch wolves in ways that cause the animals incredible suffering. 

Don’t let this happen again — speak out today.

Now wildlife managers have proposed allowing hunters to kill 130 more wolves in fall. Decades of progress toward wolf recovery will be lost if these anti-wolf policies continue.

Tell the Department of Natural Resources and the Natural Resources Board you oppose any wolf hunting or trapping this fall.

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Photo of gray wolf by Jacob Frank/NPS.
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