provided 248,917 days of wolf adoption
about gray wolves
Wolves were once common throughout all of North America but were killed in most areas of the United States by the mid 1930s. Wolves are listed as endangered under the Endangered Species Act throughout much of the United States. The most common cause of death for wolves is conflict with people over livestock losses.
about Defenders of Wildlife
Defenders of Wildlife works to protect and restore America's native wildlife, safeguard habitat, resolve conflicts, work across international borders and educate and mobilize the public. Defenders of Wildlife has been a leader in wolf conservation since wolves first appeared on the federal endangered species list. Defenders played a crucial role in the reintroduction of wolves to Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho in 1995.
how your clicks turn into donations
Our advertisers sponsor this site and make your donations to Defenders of Wildlife possible. Every day that you click, you are generating a true cash donation. Care2 guarantees every daily click-through to the Defenders of Wildlife 'Thank You' page will generate a donation of at least $1 per thousand clicks. You can show your support for our advertisers by clicking on their ads. Care2 pools all of the daily donations and delivers these funds to Defenders of Wildlife on a regular basis.
how your click helps wolves
Your daily click generates donations from advertising sponsorships. Care2 sends these donations to Defenders of Wildlife. Defenders of Wildlife uses these donations to protect wolves around the United States and the world. Supporters like you help Defenders:
Fight legislation that poses a threat to imperiled wildlife, including wolves in the Northern Rockies
Work on the ground with ranchers to implement nonlethal methods to keep wolves away from livestock and away from harm. When there is conflict, Defenders staff will step in, working to implement alternatives to lethal control.
Educate people about the important role wolves play in the ecosystem as apex predators, and combat the myths and misinformation that often surround these majestic animals.