Protect the surviving wolves of an unprecedented level of killing in Alaska

In just one two-month trapping season, hunters and trappers killed 165 wolves – 97% of the most recent population estimate – on Alaska’s Prince of Wales Island.

This record-high killing follows a reckless decision by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game to eliminate wolf quotas for hunters and trappers in the region and to stop in-season monitoring of mortality.

This catastrophe could spell disaster for this small population. We need decisive action to keep these wolves from disappearing altogether!

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Tell the US Forest Service to take immediate action to save the surviving wolves on Alaska's Prince of Wales Island!


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