Wolves in the West Still Need Our Protection
The gray wolf is a keystone carnivore whose very presence alters the landscape. With wolves around, deer become less likely to overgraze streamside plants like willows. Brooks have more cover, allowing fish populations to thrive. But farmers may have a hard time coexisting, viewing them as a threat to their livestock.
Working together, we can make this relationship a successful one for both the farmers and the wolves.Learn More »