Organizations That Work For Wolves
This is a helpful list of organizations that support wolves. Several of them offer the opportunity to adopt a wolf.
Defenders of Wildlife is dedicated to the protection of all native wild animals and plants in their natural communities. We focus our programs on what scientists consider two of the most serious environmental threats to the planet: the accelerating rate of extinction of species and the associated loss of biological diversity, and habitat alteration and destruction. Long known for our leadership on endangered species issues, Defenders of Wildlife also advocates new approaches to wildlife conservation that will help keep species from becoming endangered. Our programs encourage protection of entire ecosystems and interconnected habitats while protecting predators that serve as indicator species for ecosystem health.
Believes wildlife should be maintained in a coordinated, systematic framework based on principles of population dynamics and ecosystem balance with the least intrusive management activity.
Educates, inspires and assists individuals and organizations to conserve wildlife and other natural resources and to protect the earth's environment. NWI works with state and federal agencies to promote wolf education and wolf recovery in the Northern Rockies.
Supports a timely and biologically defensible reintroduction of wolves into the ecosystem of Yellowstone, a sound plan for their management once returned, and regional and nationwide education in support of this goal.
Wolf Haven International's mission includes:
Wolf Song of Alaska is a
private, non-profit, apolitical organization dedicated to achieving
Since 1919, the National Parks Conservation Association has been the sole voice of the American people in the fight to safeguard the scenic beauty, wildlife, and historical and cultural treasures of the largest and most diverse park system in the world.
The Alaska Wildlife Alliance is a non-profit wildlife conservation organization formed in 1980. While we are the most important voice for wildlife in Alaska, we have been especially recognized for championing the cause of wolves and other predators
GYC was founded in 1983 on a simple premise that a healthy, wild ecosystem can prosper only if it is kept whole. Since that time GYC has emerged as a nationally known advocate for the idea that ecosystem management should guide the management of the regionís public and private lands.
The Idaho Conservation League works to protect and restore the waters, wildlands and wildlife of Idaho through citizen action, public education, and professional advocacy.
The International Wolf Center supports the survival of the wolf around the world by teaching about its life, its association with other species and its dynamic relationship to humans.
Founded in 1986 as a nonprofit 501.C.3 organization, the Foundation was the first organization in Idaho dedicated to the restoration of wolves in the Rockies.
Founded in 1935, The Wilderness Society works to protect America's wilderness and to develop a nation-wide network of wild lands through public education, scientific analysis and advocacy. Our goal is to ensure that future generations will enjoy the clean air and water, wildlife, beauty and opportunities for recreation and renewal that pristine forests, rivers, deserts and mountains provide.
The mission of the Southern Utah Wilderness Alliance (SUWA) is the preservation of the outstanding wilderness at the heart of the Colorado Plateau, and the management of these lands in their natural state for the benefit of all Americans