The following sessions from Speak for Wolves 2020 are now available on our YouTube channel:
- Quinn Read, Center for Biological Diversity: Working with State Agencies: Commission Reform
- Rosie Sanchez, Defenders of Wildlife: Reintroduction of Wolves to Colorado
- Jill Fritz, Humane Society of the United States: Current Efforts to End Wildlife Killing Contests and Protect Wolves
- Forests for Climate Resilience: Forest Defense for Climate and Community Resilience
- Thomas Knowles, Echo Conservation Society: Tracking the Echo Creek Wolves: Our Effort to Protect a Wolf Pack in British Columbia
- Michael Robinson, Center for Biological Diversity: Will Science or Politics Determine the Future of the Mexican Gray Wolf?
- Juan Carlos Bravo, Wildlands Network: Advocating for Wolf Connectivity in the US-Mexico Borderlands
- Amaroq Weiss, Center for Biological Diversity: Wolves in the Pacific West
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Campaign success in Washington
Last month, we asked you to call on Washington officials to end the state’s wolf-killing policies that led to the demise of the Wedge pack in August and many other wolves in recent years.
Thanks to public pressure and tireless work by conservation organizations, Governor Inslee directed the Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission to draft new rules governing the killing of wolves involved in conflicts with livestock!
Read the CBD press release.