Take action now to stop killing BC wolves

Lone brown wolf seen standing on rocks with its head lifted up presumably howling, in front of a dark forest background.

Photo by Yuri Choufour.

Over 1200 wolves in British Columbia, Canada are killed annually for recreational purposes.⠀

While this is often framed as population management, the BC government does not have adequate population estimates for wolves. They also do not reveal how hunting quotas for wolves are determined.⠀

We have made it easy for you to contact the Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations and Rural Development, and the Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy, to let them know it is time to stop the hunting and trapping of BC’s wolves.⠀

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