Michigan has worked for nearly 50 years to protect wolves from extinction. With just 658 wolves left in the state, we need to keep these majestic animals protected from senseless trophy hunting.
Keep Michigan Wolves Protected is a coalition of conservation groups, animal welfare organizations, Native American tribes, wildlife scientists, veterinarians, hunters, farmers, and everyday Michigan citizens working to protect Michigan's fragile wolf population. After we successfully stopped the wolf hunt -- and put the decision on the 2014 ballot -- Michigan politicians passed a dangerous measure taking the power to determine game species out of the hands of the people, nullifying our vote on wolves, and once again threatening wolves and other wildlife in Michigan.
Michiganders deserve the right to cast their vote to protect our wolves. The campaign is working to place a new referendum on the ballot that will restore the right of Michigan voters to have a voice on wildlife policy and stop this abuse of power.
Join animal lovers all across the country in standing up for wolves. Please join the campaign today!