With Gratitude

As we end another year that has seen both victories and continued persecution of wolves, we remember the wolves whose lives were tragically taken this year, while we also reflect with gratitude on this passionate, engaged community of wildlife conservation activists who speak up for voiceless animals.

We thank you: for engaging with your local wildlife agencies, for writing public comments, for voicing your outrage against injustices done to native peoples and wildlife, for keeping hope alive that we can effect wildlife recovery and restore habitats in the face of climate change and political division.

We hope you will join us next year for the 10th Annual Speak for Wolves Conference, dates & location to be announced soon! Meanwhile, if you missed our August conference, check out the recordings here.

Please consider making a year-end, tax-deductible donation to Speak for Wolves today:

Meet New Board Member Gaby Diaz

We’re thrilled to welcome Gaby Diaz to the Speak for Wolves Board of Directors!

Gaby is back home in Colorado after spending almost a decade in the Pacific Northwest where she was involved in nonprofits advocating for gray wolf recovery, old growth forest protections, and using film and art as tools for inspiration and change.

She’s thrilled to join the Board and work with a growing community of people who are helping keystone species return to their ancestral lands.

When not in the office at The Wilderness Society, you can find Gaby spending time with her family or on a trail somewhere in the mountains.

YouTube Recordings Available

The final 3 recordings from our 2022 conference are up on our YouTube channel:

Speak for Wolves is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization with a GuideStar Silver seal of transparency. Donations are tax-deductible in the US: EIN: 46-2867294.

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