Help end recreational culling of wolves

A brown wolf rests with its head on its front paws, on green and brown wetland.

Photo by Bertie Gregory.

In British Columbia, Canada, wolves are killed through a variety of means that include legal hunting and trapping, as well as government-sanctioned culling.

Wolves are often scapegoated. Shifting blame for the decline of species from the destruction of habitat by logging, mining and energy development to the long-demonized wolf is far more convenient.

We are working to end the recreational hunting of wolves in B.C. and we’ve made it easy for you to help.

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