Urgent: Help Us Stand Up for Carnivores

Urgent: Help Us Stand Up for Carnivores

Our nation’s carnivores need our help. We’ve stood up for them and spread the word since our start in 1996, looking after the Sawtooth Pack: Wolves of the Nez Perce. We’ve spread awareness about wolves and built a community of dedicated people, like you, that have fallen in love with wolves and stood with us when it comes to protecting one of our most important apex predators. 

Why Do Wolves Lay Close Together?

Why Do Wolves Lay Close Together?

You already know that wolves live in packs. Living in a pack helps the survival of all involved. Together, they can take down bigger prey, defend their territory, and raise the pups. Jeremy describes some reasons they lay so close together. It may surprise you.