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A Renewed Focus on On The Truth Surrounding These Magnificent Creatures.
These programs are presented at schools, colleges, university's, wildlife conservation groups, libraries, community service organizations, veterinarian offices, humane societies, animal welfare groups, animal control agencies, and any other public groups where our message can be heard.
Read more on the U.S. Wolf Refuge Education Program
Wolf & Wolf-Hybrid Placement
Wolves and Wolf-hybrids are magnificent animals that many see as a status symbol. Before you consider getting one, read Bill Chamberlain's Placement Guide. It will give you some great insight and guidance.
Gain some more insight by reading "Find Your Wolf a New Home" by Bill Chamberlain.
Download the Adoption Questionnaire and / or the the Adoption Agreement.
We Need Your Vehicle
Do you have a car, truck, RV boat or motorcycle you don’t need anymore?
The U.S. Wolf Refuge can use it. The proceeds from your generous donation will help us provide a safe refuge for wolves and wolf dogs, as well as help support our Educational Program.
Why go through all the hassles of selling the vehicle, when a simple, phone call is all it takes?
There is no cost to you, plus you get the satisfaction of helping these magnificent animals, and you may be eligible for a tax deduction!
To donate your vehicle please call
the United States Wolf Refuge (775) 475-0510
Thank you for your generosity!
The U.S. Wolf Refuge Blog
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Notes from Bill Chamberlain our Director:
Please Help Stop the Slaughter
Our government is at it again. There are only 10 states in the continental U.S. that have any wolves. The total population in these states is only about 6100. In the past 2 years the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) took this small number of wolves off of the Endangered Species List (ESL). This has led to the slaughter over 1100 of them. With the populations of their prey in the hundreds of thousands, it's irrational to think that these few wolves are not extremely endangered.
Now the USFWS has proposed to take the wolf off of the ESL in the remaining 38 states. These states have no wolf populations whatsoever, and if this proposal goes through, they never will. A population of zero cannot be considered anything other than endangered.
The USFWS is required to put this proposal before the public for their comments. They put forth this proposal on June 11, 2013.
The public comment period has been extended to December 17, 2013.
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The US Wolf Refuge "Adopt-a-Wolf" Program
A fantastic gift for one of your children or grandchildren. Introduce them to the world of wolves & wolf-dogs.