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Register Now for the 9th Annual Speak for Wolves Conference

The conference is less than 2 months away, and we’re busy putting together a great slate of speakers to update us on wolves across the continent! Meet two of our speakers below, and register to reserve your spot!Online meeting access information will be sent to all registrants in the week leading up to the conference….

Washington is Hiding Dead Wolves

Back in February, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife was told by Stevens County sheriffs that four wolves were found dead during a snowmobile patrol. Rumors had been circulating about poaching in the northeast corner of the state. Yet in their March, April, and May wolf reports, WDFW made no mention of these deaths,…

$30,000 Reward Offered for Info on Washington Wolf Killings

For Immediate Release, May 27, 2022 SEATTLE— Conservation and animal-protection groups announced a combined $30,000 reward today for information leading to a conviction in the illegal killing of four wolves in northeastern Washington earlier this year. Deputies from the Stevens County Sheriff’s Office discovered four dead wolves on Feb. 18, while on a snowmobile patrol….

Registration now open for the 9th Annual Speak for Wolves Conference

Join us online Saturday & Sunday, August 13-14! We’re planning a slate of excellent speakers with updates on wolves across the US, legislation, grassroots activism, and much more. Save the dates and reserve your spot! Speaker Announcements Lynn Okita is a longtime wildlife advocate with a special interest in wolves. She is a member of the…

More Poaching in Oregon; New Award Fund Announced

In January, we talked about Oregon’s poaching problem; on February 15h, another female wolf, OR109, was found shot to death.  Just yesterday, Oregon State Police announced  the illegal killing of yet another wolf, OR117, a gray 1-year old male near Richland, Oregon. The Oregon Wildlife Coalition recently launched a new reward program for turning in poachers of non-game species in Oregon. When that species is Canis lupus, Speak for Wolves will commit…

Oregon’s Poaching Problem

In December, Oregon State Police revealed that, between February and July 2021, eight wolves had been found poisoned in Union County, including the entire Catherine Pack and several members of other packs. The reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction for these horrific poisonings is now at $50,000, including a $2,300 contribution from…

Reward for Info on Wolf Killed in Oregon’s Wallowa County

Conservation groups announced today a $16,500 reward for information leading to an arrest and conviction for the illegal shooting death of a two-year-old collared female wolf in Wallowa County in early January. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Turn in Poachers (TIP) division also offers a potential $300 reward for information regarding illegal wolf…

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 elevate diverse voices and indigenous peoples in the conservation field, to support advocacy and direct…

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 federal levels to relist wolves under the Endangered Species Act and block or restrict state…

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 channel. We continue to closely watch the status of this year’s wolf hunts and state…

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