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The Pacific Wolf Coalition
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[Above Photo: Jim Brandenburg]

“Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress; working hard for something we love is called passion.”
     - Simon Sinek
 
Greetings,
 
We are passionate about the work we do and we care about our work. We certainly have a louder voice, as a coalition, to speak for wolves when wolves can’t speak for themselves. The week of Thanksgiving offers us the opportunity to reflect on what we’re most grateful for – our health, our friends, our families, our pets, our safety, our environment, our jobs, clean water, the very air we breathe – the list is a long one. The real challenge is to remind ourselves what we’re most grateful for more than one day each year. Why not every day? As the Pacific Wolf Coalition, we are incredibly grateful for our member organizations and the invaluable work they do to protect gray wolves and ensure their long term recovery in the Pacific West. This is a perfect time to provide a list of all the member organizations of the Pacific Wolf Coalition and we encourage you to learn more about the diverse and important work of each of these groups:
 

[Photo: Danielle Brigada]

Today is #Giving Tuesday!
 
Some consider this the season of giving and what seems most fitting for the week after Thanksgiving is today, Giving Tuesday. This is also an opportunity to reflect on what we’re most grateful for and then extend a gift supporting the things you care about.  First of all, we are extremely grateful for you and your support of our work. We couldn’t do what we do without you. Today, we encourage you to give wolves the gift of your voice. Speak up for their continued protections. Share the gift of knowledge and tell others what you know about gray wolves and their stories. Give the gift of time and listening and have a conversation with those who may have opposing views. Give the gift of action and engagement and sign-on to letters, testify at public meetings and call your representatives. Where and when you can, monetary donations are always appreciated. Even if your gift isn’t a monetary donation, your personal choices to stay informed and active speaks volumes in the world of wolf recovery, which requires collaboration and all you can give in large and small ways.

A recent photo of Oregon's wolf, OR-7, from the Rogue pack, 10.23.16
[Photo: OR Dept. of Fish & Wildlife]
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Wolves on the Move!

 
Exciting Wolf News in California:
On November 2nd, the California Department of Fish & Wildlife confirmed the presence of two gray wolves in Lassen County. The male wolf also has ties to Oregon’s Rogue pack. Read the full story here
 
Other Updates from CA, OR and WA:

California: 
Washington:
Oregon:
Other News:

Elections Have Consequences. What will this mean for the future of all wildlife under a new Administration? Here's an article that addresses this question:
How Wildlife May Fare Under Trump
 

 
Remember, today and every day, we are immensely grateful for your interest in wolf recovery, your commitment, and dedication to this cause. Give all you can, in all the ways you can, and share your gratitude far and wide.

Be sure to visit the Pacific Wolf Family to learn more about the wolf families of the Pacific West and be sure to visit the Pacific Wolf Coalition for more information about the work we do. Learn how to be an ambassador for wolves by visiting our Action Toolkit.

With gratitude,
 
Lindsay
Coordinator, Pacific Wolf Coalition
coordinator@pacificwolves.org
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