2021 Conference

Select recorded sessions from Speak for Wolves 2021 are available on our YouTube channel. Stay tuned for information about the 2022 conference! Speak for Wolves is committed to creating inclusive and safe spaces for all people. Please read our Safer…

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Learn more about wolf conservation, wildlife management, and environmental justice issues through these Videos, Books, and Scientific Articles. Videos LETHAL CONTROL A film examining the legacy of predator control practices by the Federal Government, including the the continued use of…

Advocacy Resources

Get involved, take action, save wolves! The best way to influence wildlife policy is to get directly involved with your local state or federal wildlife “management” agency. Keep tabs on management plan update schedules, hunting/trapping status, and rule-making; submit public…

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Support Speak for Wolves on #GivingTuesday

Each year, thousands of people come together on this one day – November 30 – to celebrate the missions and the accomplishments of organizations they love.   Speak for Wolves exists to engage people to fight for wildlife conservation, to…

GivingTuesday, Action Alerts, Plan for 2022

Hello wolf advocates, So many wolf lawsuits, so little time to keep track of them.In response to federal delisting and new anti-wolf laws in several states, this year we’ve seen a dizzying flurry of lawsuits and petitions at state and…

Press Conference & Watch 2021 Conference Sessions on YouTube!

Hello wolf advocates,Thank you to all who attended last month’s 8th annual conference, and a huge thanks to all of the excellent speakers! If you missed it or want to re-watch a session, the recordings are now available on our YouTube…

Make a Tax-Deductible Donation to Speak for Wolves

The Speak for Wolves conference is the longest standing, grassroots wildlife conference of its kind, thanks to our dedicated supporters. Speak for Wolves is a 100% volunteer-run 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, EIN 46-2867294.

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The Issues

Wolves once roamed freely across much of the land that is now called North America. Indigenous peoples actively managed the land responsibly, including lands that many in the conservation movement call “wilderness”. Starting in the 1500s through 1800s, European settlers,…

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