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Making Donations

Thank you for considering a donation to Wolf and Wildlife Studies. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and all donations are tax deductable. There are two ways to make donations. They can be sent directly to Wolf and Wildlife Studies, P. O. Box 418, Kalispell, MT 59903, or made through PayPal using the donation link below. 

Why donate?
The current project in which Montana's wolves are studied is Scyefal Wolf Research, the highest priority for funding. It often takes years to understand how just one wolf pack is utilizing their local environment, which in turn can help protect them through public education and advocacy. Accruing the facts about wolves, and educating the pubic, helps to counter the misinterpretation about these animals and the mountain of misinformation associated with them.

However, these wolves don't have years, because of the continuing threats of hunting, poaching and government control actions. Hunting season begins at the beginning of September and continues for six months. Archery season first, followed by general rifle season, then a trapping season is added near the end. After this six month period, half of Montana's wolves will have been killed, and the detrimental effects to the surrounding environment and the disruption to surviving wolf packs will continue.

Most wolves live in national forests: natural areas highly manipulated by people. Collectively through the federal government, the American people own national forests and everything in them. These are your wolves. Overall, the Department of Agriculture manages the forests for us, but some aspects are managed by specific agencies. One of these is Montana Fish, Wildlife and Parks. They use hunting seasons to supplement their budget and as their main management tool. Please help Wolf and Wildlife Studies counter the destructive effects of wolf management and to show the world the truth about wolves.

Our mission
As a research and educational organization, we are dedicated to providing the public with factual information about the environment and wildlife. This process occurs through ongoing field research of Montana's wolves, publishing science based information about animal behavior and the environment in peer-review scientific journals, as magazine articles and books. Public presentations are used to promote this information in a fun and interactive way which can help facilitate advocacy for conserving our remaining wildlands, along with the reasons why that is important. Field research classes have been taught as well through Wolf and Wildlife Studies, often in conjunction with universities and colleges. In addition, consulting work with wildlife management agencies and environmental organizations has provided training to personnel about research techniques and background information regarding the consequences of wolf management.

   

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