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August 14, 2013 / V A Nichols

Today is The National Day of Action for wolves



Endangered Species Coalition:


Today we howl at noon! The National Day of Action for wolves is your chance to tell your friends, neighbors, coworkers, and most of all Secretary Jewell and President Obama that we stand for wolves.

There are events planned at locations around the U.S. including in Washington, D.C. where people are gathering outside the White House. You can attend, or take part from your home or office too!

  1. Wear gray for gray wolves. And tell people about it! That gray linen jacket looks even better when it’s being worn in support of America’s wolves.
  2. Get a sign. Here are great full-color signs here you can print, but a sharpie, some (recycled) copy paper and your message of support saying you #StandForWolves is beautiful and all your own. 
  3. Howl at noon! Even if it’s just you at your desk or standing in line at the deli and you howl so quietly it can’t be heard—howl your support for wolves! You know why you care, howl about it!
  4. Get a pic. Selfie with a wolf-mask on? Great. Your whole office in the break room holding signs? Amazing. Whatever you do, get a pic and get it to us. We’ll make sure Secretary Jewell and the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service hears you!
  • Tweet it! Use the hashtag #StandForWolves and we’ll add it to the pack.
  • Email it! We have a page for that. You can reply to this email with the subject line I #StandForWolves and we’ll get that too.
  • Post it to our Facebook page: Use the hashtag #StandForWolves there too please.
  1. Tweet that you #StandForWolves to @SecretaryJewell and post your message to the Interior Department’s Facebook page.

No matter what you’re doing to Stand for Wolves you have my gratitude and support. Please keep us posted on your efforts and check for updates and more ways you can keep the pressure on to keep wolves protected. 


Thank you for your commitment to wildlife and wild places.




            Leda Huta
         Executive Director
         Endangered Species Coalition


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