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Prince of Wales wolves are a symbol of wilderness and ecological integrity and have declined 75% in 20 years. Be their voice.

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Stop Old-Growth Logging on Prince of Wales | Save Alaska’s Island Wolf Habitat

Without ESA protection, the only long-term solution to the Prince of Wales wolves’ peril is to stop old-growth logging in the Tongass National Forest and to preserve the last remaining big trees that wolves and so many other animals need. Without an end to old-growth logging, no amount of hunting regulations, alone, can save the wolves.

Stand For Archipelago Wolves on POW

Conservationists and environmental groups have long sought Endangered Species Act protections for the wolves of the Alexander Archipelago. The fight over Tongass wolves goes back at least two decades. Secretary Sally Jewell of the Department of Interior is expected to make a decision regarding the endangered status of the Alexander Archipelago Wolves on Prince of Wales islands by the end of this year. Encourage ESA protection for this imperiled species with another email.

Keep Wolves Listed

29 other scientists say Great Lakes wolves should stay protected under the Endangered Species Act ‪and they disagree with the idea that keeping wolves on the list increases public resentment. In a statement Tuesday, the scientists said Great Lakes wolves should stay on the list for now. They question the adequacy of state management plans and … Continue reading Keep Wolves Listed

THE LONG-TERM IMPACTS OF LOGGING AND ROADS PUSH A TONGASS WOLF POPULATION TOWARD EXTINCTION

A 75% DECLINE IN 20 YEARS Wolves are a symbol of wilderness and ecological integrity. They are important in their own right and as a key part of a functioning predator- prey system. In Southeast Alaska, wolves bring significant economic benefits to communities as part of the package that lures more than one million visitors … Continue reading THE LONG-TERM IMPACTS OF LOGGING AND ROADS PUSH A TONGASS WOLF POPULATION TOWARD EXTINCTION

Update and Continued Efforts on Behalf of the Archipelago Wolves on Prince of Wales

Emergency Endangered Species Act Petition Filed. In an attempt to protect drastically declining wolf population in Southeast Alaska, six conservation organizations (Alaska Wildlife Alliance, Cascadia Wildlands, Center for Biological Diversity, Greater Southeast Alaska Conservation Community, Greenpeace and The Boat Company)  petitioned for an emergency listing of Alexander Archipelago wolves under the Endangered Species Act. The petition  … Continue reading Update and Continued Efforts on Behalf of the Archipelago Wolves on Prince of Wales

Alaska’s Alexander Archipelago Wolves Tweetstorm #2

Thankyou for joining our second tweetstorm for the Alexander Archipelago Wolves on Prince of Wales Please do not begin to send off these tweets until 3:00 p.m., August 10th, EDT. Thankyou for your support! 1. #Wolves Tweetstorm now! Please be a voice for the #PrinceOfWalesWolves Please tweet this link, Pls RT: http://wp.me/p6o9qd-2V Tweet4Wolves 2. #StandForWolves … Continue reading Alaska’s Alexander Archipelago Wolves Tweetstorm #2