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May 2, 2018 - Howling For Wolves
Seven more wolves killed by illegal snares; Howling For Wolves renews plea to ban this indiscriminate trapping method.
April 13, 2018 - Howling For Wolves
Howling For Wolves Seeks End to Trophy Wolf Hunt and Snaring of all Wildlife
April 11, 2018 - Howling For Wolves
HFW announced 2018 Legislative Priorities today at “Wolf Day 2018: Band Together, Ban the Snare.” Several hundred wolf advocates gathered to rally in support of the wild wolf and to meet with their state legislators.
March 30, 2018 - Howling For Wolves
HFW Op-Ed published in the Duluth News Tribune
March 22, 2018 - Howling For Wolves
Press Release: Wolf Wins! Federal Protections Remain Intact
March 16, 2018 - Howling For Wolves
Press Release: Howling For Wolves to hold “Wolf Pack” meeting in St. Cloud
March 5, 2018 - Howling For Wolves
Howling For Wolves, a Minnesota-based wolf advocacy organization, held its inaugural “Wolf Pack” meeting in Duluth this past Saturday, March 3 at the Duluth Public Library.
March 2, 2018 - KUMD
Listen to Dr Maureen Hackett, the Howling For Wolves president, in the radio interview with KUMD's Northland Morning Show discussing our call to ban wildlife snaring.
February 28, 2018 - Howling For Wolves
Press Release: Howling For Wolves to hold “Wolf Pack” meeting in Duluth
February 13, 2018 - Howling For Wolves
Press Release: Wolf entangled, starved, and then shot in Duluth: latest reason to pass legislation to eliminate snaring in 2018.
January 12, 2018 - PLOS One
Killing wolves to prevent predation on livestock may protect one farm but harm neighbors. An article in PLOS finds that non-lethal methods are the most effective for managing predator/livestock conflicts.
December 27, 2017 - Grand Forks Herald
The Grand Forks Herald Dec. 19 editorial ("Time for another wolf hunt in Minnesota") paints a misleading, apocalyptic picture of predator-livestock predation that is simply wrong.
December 11, 2017 - Office of Representative Don Beyer
Today, more than 100 U.S. Representatives stood up for the Endangered Species Act, our nation’s foremost safety net to protect imperiled species from extinction. This comes after a November 30th letter and initiative led by Senator Cory Booker with 30 other Senators in which they urged their leadership to protect the Endangered Specis Act after the "Senate Committee on Appropriations released its FY2018 recommendations for the Department of the Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies, which included a number of provisions – such as funding cuts and court overrides – that would weaken the Endangered Species Act." Thank you, Members of Congress! #StopExtinction
October 23, 2017 - Minnesota Department of Agriculture
Howling For Wolves is excited to share that the Minnesota's livestock producers now have an opportunity to fund the use of nonlethal wolf-livestock conflict prevention methods.
October 5, 2017 - Howling For Wolves
Howling For Wolves disagrees with DNR's wolf population study. Dr. Maureen Hackett, President of Howling For Wolves explains that DNR numbers aren't trustworthy. See VIDEO.
September 25, 2017 - Howling For Wolves
Howling For Wolves responds to today’s MN DNR wolf population estimate announcement: this non-science isn’t a strong, reliable count and is a disservice to a species vulnerable to human-caused deaths.
August 26, 2017 - Howling For Wolves
Listen to Dr. Maureen Hackett, the Howling For Wolves president, in the radio interview with The Great Outdoors AM 1500ESPN discussing the recent court order placing wolves under federal protection.
August 1, 2017 - Howling For Wolves
Howling For Wolves celebrates federal appeals court ruling that keeps the wolf on the Endangered Species List in the Great Lakes
July 12, 2017 - Public News Service
Wolf Population Stabilizing in Wisconsin. With talk in Washington about changing or reforming the Endangered Species Act, a Wisconsin wolf expert says this is not the time for a change.
June 29, 2017 - Forum News Service, http://bit.ly/2so5XJr
The deaths attributed to the wolf are really a "final exit" in a much harder existence for the Moose. A decline in habitat and increase in parasites and temperatures contribute to weak moose. The following concerns the Minnesota DNR moose study: http://bit.ly/2so5XJr

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