American gray wolves are being slaughtered.

Wolves, which are essential for balancing our ecosystems and pose no threat to humans, are being killed by trophy hunters due to recent federal legislation which leaves American gray wolves vulnerable to hunting. This is leading to a rapid decline in their populations.

Unlimited Wolf Killing

85% of Wyoming open to year-round, unlimited and unregulated wolf killing

218 Wolves Killed in Three Days

Wisconsin Feb. 22-24, 2021

Legislative Onslaught Against Wolves

Laws enacted in Montana and Idaho intend to reduce the statewide wolf populations by 85-90%

25 Yellowstone Wolves Killed

by hunters in Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho Sept. 15, 2021-March 15, 2022

We must act now, together.

How to help

Get to Know Wolves

Delisting puts wolves in danger.

Trophy killing and the loss of wild lands present the gravest threat to wolves.
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Brother Wolf

Wolves are greatly respected in the Native American community. In the Anishinaabe creation story, wolves are described as family members — brothers and sisters with whom we share the Earth.
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Wolves are a lot like humans and dogs.

We can thank wolves for giving us “man’s best friend”! The domestic dog is a direct descendent of the gray wolf. In other words, all modern dogs are domesticated wolves.
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Gray wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone.

In one of the greatest wildlife success stories of our time, gray wolves were returned to key parts of their ancestral homeland.
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She was 06. She is a Legend.

An extraordinary pack leader, mother, huntress and protector, 06's life meant so much more than to be a trophy hunter's decoration.

Read Her Story
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The 06 Legacy is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization that seeks to protect America's gray wolves from trophy killing, and restore wolf populations through awareness, education, and endorsement of candidates.

About Us
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06 Wolf Pack

The fight for wolves begins at the ballot box. Find out if your candidates have earned a Paws Up endorsement.

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Wolves depend on us

We need to choose leaders who will fight for wolves — one vote at a time.

Why Elections Matter
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Books about wolves

Books transport us to places we never thought we could go. Bring the world of wolves to life with these titles.

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Everyone can do their part

Wolves need us to fight to keep them safe and preserve their heritage for future generations.

How to Help
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