Howling for Wolves

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Dutch illustrator's exquisite corpse joins artists together to create one weird body of work...
Dutch illustrator's exquisite corpse joins artists together to create one weird body of work... http://www.we-heart.com/2014/07/29/exquisite-corpse-exhibition-walls-gallery-amsterdam/
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Minnesota is home to the largest original and most biologically diverse wolf population remaining in the lower 48 United States. They need your help now. Contact Minnesota and U.S. lawmakers to ensure gray wolves are not delisted from federal protection. Spread the word. http://www.howlingforwolves.org/TakeAction
Wolves need federal protection. Call your U.S. lawmakers now. Tell them to 'protect wolves, don't delist gray wolves from federal Endangered Species List.' Find your 2 U.S. senators: http://1.usa.gov/KxiTHC AND Your US House member: http://1.usa.gov/1e8pAws Endangered Species, Wildlife Conservation, Grey Wolf, Endangered, Animal Welfare, Animals Wild, Species
Wolves need federal protection. Call your U.S. lawmakers now. Tell them to 'protect wolves, don't delist gray wolves from federal Endangered Species List.' Find your 2 U.S. senators: http://1.usa.gov/KxiTHC AND Your US House member: http://1.usa.gov/1e8pAws
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Speak up for wildlife. Ask MN state legislators to ban snaring. Snares are used for recreational trapping of wild animals. Meant to kill animals within five minutes by strangulation, snares often miss their mark. Minutes turn into hours or days before the animal dies. If caught by a leg or waist, the snare will eventually dig into flesh. HFW has introduced a bill to ban snares in Minn. Contact state lawmakers today to support S.F. #592. http://bit.ly/1mDkMzv Details: http://bit.ly/1AY81t5
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Howling for Wolves is delighted to announce that we are part of this year's Give to the Max Day on Nov. 13. Care about wild wolves? Give to the Max! Don't wanna wait? Get your donation in now: http://bit.ly/1oqbyvU #LiveandLetHowl #GTMD
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Walk it off! A new study shows walking with others in nature can improve mental health, even severe depression. Take a hike!
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Taking it to the Streets! HFW's own Maureen Hackett took our Stop the Hunt message to Times Square as she travelled to NYC for the People's Climate March. Wear your shirt, post a yard sign: Stop the Hunt! www.howlingforwolves.org/shop
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Wild wolf photographed 6/29/14 in northern Minnesota by Jason Mandich. Minnesota is the only state in the lower 48 with its native wolf population. #OnlyinMN #wolves
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Vote Wolf! Show your support for wolf protection in your front yard! We will deliver in Twin Cities for $20, you can order by mail for $25. www.howlingforwolves.com/donate
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OR-7 and his mate have produced the 1st known pups in Oregon since the 1940's. There appear to be 2 surviving pups in a remote region of the Cascade Mountains. Photo: John Stephenson, USFWS
New Rasmussen poll shows 53% think neither party represents Americans. It's an election year, gang. Call your lawmakers to demand protections for wolves now,  -this legislative session.   www.howlingforwolves.org/takeaction Nature Tree, Garden Trees, Something To Do, Trees
New Rasmussen poll shows 53% think neither party represents Americans. It's an election year, gang. Call your lawmakers to demand protections for wolves now, -this legislative session. www.howlingforwolves.org/takeaction
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When Minnesota had a stable number of wolves for 10+ yrs (1998-2008), we had healthy moose. The catastrophic MN moose decline is tragic and still a mystery. But blaming wolves is bad for wolves and moose, who have coexisted in our Northwoods for thousands of years. READ: bit.ly/1noMtP
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Honor Earth Day with Action! Sign our letter asking lawmakers to suspend the wolf hunt & protect wolves THIS legislative session! www.howlingforwolves