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SUPPORT PROTECT THE WOLVES   In 2011, the owner of Protect the Wolves began advocating online for the safety of not only wolves, but of all animals. Unfortunately, her current leased property is small. Due to the lease and the small size of the acreage she cannot expand in the current location. She wishes to expand so that she can provide sanctuary for many wolves, wolf dogs, wolf-hybrids, and other rescued animals.

2014 was a terrible year for the wolves. In Idaho and Montana alone hundreds of gray wolves were slaughtered and maimed in cruel traps during hunting season. Hunters and trappers have killed over 2500 gray wolves in the lower 48 states since they were removed from the endangered species list in 2011. For over 40 years, the Gray Wolf was a protected species under the Endangered Species Act; but, this protection was removed by legislative rider in 2011.

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New Born wolf ups Getting their Howl on AWWOOOOOOOOOOO

Babysitting Cute Wolf Pups

With the adults gone Gordon tries to get a closer look at the wolf pups and see if he can spot any differences between them. Taken from Snow Wolf Family And Me.

Wolf Rendezvous Site in Montana

 

Footage of wolf pups and an adult “babysitter” interacting at a rendezvous site; Swan Valley, Montana, 2015.

Like the  Junction Butte Pack in Yellowstone, this one is in Montana,

The Parents leave the pups with a Babysitter while they go out to hunt and bring back food for them…

Wolf Rendezvous Site in Montana

Footage of wolf pups and an adult “babysitter” interacting at a rendezvous site; Swan Valley, Montana, 2015.

Like the  Junction Butte Pack in Yellowstone, this one is in Montana,

The Parents leave the pups with a Babysitter while they go out to hunt and bring back food for them…

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