A peek into the lives of Wisconsin’s wild wolf

This  wolf pack lives in the northern forests of Wisconsin. This wolf pack is protected by the Endangered Species Act, as of December 19, 2014 when a federal judge returned them to the ESL.  The pack is also part of the Red Cliff reservation, and protected by a six mile buffer zone around the reservation .  Wisconsin’s wolf recovery began in the late 1970s.  Great Lakes wolves were delisted in 2012 and Wisconsin held three wolf hunts until a federal judge returned them to the Endangered Species Act in December 2014. Congress is preparing a bill s. 1514 that calls for delisting of wolves, and also removes any judicial review. Please contact your congressional representatives today. Say “no” to delisting wolves. Stop the war on wolves!

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