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In This Issue
Summer Fun
Big Lake
Conference - Baraboo, WI
Wolf Howling
Speak for Wolves
Buy A Shirt - Enter Contest
About Us
Summer Fun
Arizona - Wisconsin - Yellowstone
We  have several suggestions for wolf related adventures
this summer.  The National Wolfwatcher Coalition  proudly endorses each of these events.
So pack your bags, we'll see you there!

Big Lake Howliday Campout Weekend

Join the Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project for a weekend learning about & celebrating the return of Mexican wolves to the wild. 



This year marks the 17 year anniversary of the first releases of Mexican wolves back into the wild in the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area.


Where: Apache Trout Campground Fir Group site at Big Lake in the Apache National Forest, Arizona.

When: Friday, July 10th, 2015 starting at 3:00 pm through Sunday, July 12th at noon

All activities during the weekend are free, however, a suggested donation of $50 per person is requested to cover the cost of meals and camping fees.  
Registration is required

Bring your own personal camping equipment and appropriate clothes for hiking in high elevations during the Monsoon season. 

Optional Weekend Activities Include:
Green Fire

 - Wildlife tracking workshops 
 - Morning bird walks
 - Hike on Paseo del Lobo trail
 - Evening talks

Hike to the "Green Fire" site where Aldo Leopold had his epiphany about wolves and watched the green fire die

Wolf and Wildlife

Conservation & Coexistence Initiative

Through focus groups, panel discussions and expert presentations examining the biases and scientific shortfalls shaping current wildlife stewardship, the conference will encourage collaboration and development of an ethical, science-based, democratic vision of wildlife conservation that respects diversity and the intrinsic value of life. 

It will empower and encourage collaboration for people to have an active voice for wildlife. 

July 15-16th, 2915
Ho-Chunk Convention Center
S3214 County Hwy BD
Baraboo, WI 53913
608 356 6210


Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf and Wildlife is a grassroots organization formed in response to the aggressive wolf hunting / trapping practices in Wisconsin. They advocate for wolves and other imperiled Wisconsin wildlife.

Howl for Wolves

Travel into wolf territory to perform a survey by literally howling at the wolves. 


Learn about wolf ecology, the status of Wisconsin wolves, and how researchers use surveys to track packs, territories, and populations. 


Transportation provided. Space fills quickly for this popular program so register now! $22 ($18 members); $10 Youth 16 and under.  

07/01/2015 07:30 PM - 10:30 PM CT

08/12/2015 07:30 PM - 10:30 PM CT

08/26/2015 07:30 PM - 10:30 PM CT

09/09/2015 07:00 PM - 10:00 PM CT

10/14/2015  07:00  PM - 10:00 PM CT

North Lakeland Discovery Center
215 County Highway W
Manitowish Waters, Wisconsin
VISIT THE DISCOVERY CENTER and dowload the 2015 Summer / Fall Guide of other exciting events.
Speak for Wolves
On August 7-9, 2015 Americans from all over the country will meet in West Yellowstone, Montana (Union Pacific Lodge) to discuss, strategize and unite in building a coalition to address the need to reform wildlife management in America. 

It's time for wildlife management to integrate the science of the 21st century and the ever-changing demographics and values of our citizenry. The status quo of wildlife management in America is broken and it needs to be fixed.

10M This 3-day family-friendly event will feature prominent speakers, panel discussions, live music, education booths, children's activities, local food vendors and screening of wildlife documentaries.

There will be a screening of the documentary, OR7 The Journey, about the incredible journey of a lone gray wolf that dispersed from eastern Oregon to northern California. The film is a journey of survival, connectivity and inspiration for wolf recovery in America.

For the schedule of events or to purchase tickets to the screening of OR7, click  here SPEAK FOR WOLVES
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Our mission:  

We 'educate, advocate, and participate' for the long term recovery and preservation of wolves based on the best available science and the principles of democracy.  We:  

  1. Educate the public about the important role that wolves play in maintaining healthy ecosystems
  2. Inform the public about challenges to wolf recovery
  3. Support measures that promote peaceful coexistence with wolves on the landscape
  4. Educate the public about the issues in all regions and ways it can effectively participate in the democratic process to promote science-based decision-making about wolves.

All donations, no matter the amount, will be appreciated because they will enable us to: 

  • Provide educational programs, materials and events
  • Participate in conferences, seminars, and consultation with other professionals in the fields of wolf biology, research, conservation, eco-tourism and environmental law.
  • Secure a Wolfwatcher Legal Fund to sustain potential engagement in litigation that challenges local, state and/or federal policies that affect wolf preservation.

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