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'Better than Idaho' Isn't Good Enough. Washington's Wolves Deserve a Real Future.
In Washington, wolves are returning from the brink of extinction. But the state’s endangered species law is weak, and our state wildlife agency is radically out of touch with the values of most Washingtonians, who love wild places and wild animals.

Join us for an online panel discussion about wolf management in Washington on Tuesday, Sept. 27 from 6 to 7 p.m. The event is free, but pre-registration is required.


- Amaroq Weiss, Senior Wolf Advocate, Center for Biological Diversity. Amaroq is a biologist, former attorney and one of the nation’s leading wolf conservation advocates.

- Claire Loebs Davis, Attorney, Animal & Earth Advocates. Claire has taken the state to court several times to try to halt its killing of wolves.

- Samantha Bruegger, Executive Director, Washington Wildlife First. Samantha leads a nonprofit dedicated to reforming Washington’s wildlife management.

Washington should be leading the country in science-based wolf management. Instead the state continues to kill wolves in public forests at the behest of the livestock industry, while falling short of its promise to employ effective nonlethal strategies to avoid conflict. This summer the state Fish & Wildlife Commission defied Gov. Inslee’s orders to adopt a rule to address these failures and bring accountability and transparency to the management of its endangered wolves.

Join us to discuss what’s next for wolf management Washington — and how we can turn the state into one of the best places in the country to be a wolf.

The event is free, but pre-registration is required. Register and then check your email for your unique Zoom link.

Sep 27, 2022 06:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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