December marks the sad anniversary of the death of Yellowstone National Park's most famous wolf -- the charismatic female 832, the Queen of Lamar Valley. This fearless alpha female crossed the invisible park boundary one year ago -- and was cruelly gunned down by a Wyoming hunter.
What happened to Yellowstone's alpha female should be a wake-up call: We must protect wolves before it's too late. Without the protection of the Endangered Species Act, wolves are under assault from hunting, trapping and even gassing.
Help us keep wolves out of hunters' crosshairs -- give today and your gift will be doubled.
Please help us fight back by giving generously to the Center's Endangered Species Act Protection Fund. Your donation will have double the impact and keep us fighting for the lifesaving protections wolves and other rare species need to survive.
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Gray wolf photo courtesy Jimmy Jones Photography.
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