The Great Costco Rewilding Debate: Cast your YES vote for Rewilding!

John Davis and Wildlands Network featured in the May issue of Costco Connections! You can find out more about rewilding, read more from John Davis, and learn about what we do to rewild North America on our Conservation in Motion™ blog.


Red Wolves Need to be Preserved

Camera trap photo of collared red wolf

  After being reintroduced by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service in 1987, by 2006 the red wolf population had grown to 120 animals. Now, only 10 years later, the red wolf packs have been mercilessly shredded by bullets and traps, and only 45 to 60 wolves are thought to remain alive outside of zoos. Sign the petition to SAVE the critically imperiled RED WOLF!


 

For our 2016 Photo Contest, we’d like you to: “Take a Walk on the Wild Side!” and help us celebrate our 25th anniversary, inspired by Jon Huertas, Wildlands Network Celebrity Ambassador

Wildlands Network is committed to: protecting critical wildlife habitat, reconnecting fragmented landscapes in North America so that animals have Room to Roam, and protecting and coexisting with apex predators that manage ecosystem health. …and we want to see it through your eyes.

Show us your favorite hiking, camping or trekking locations in North America. Migrate, disperse and roam like the wild animal you truly are! In fact, any images depicting humans coexisting with wildlife, either on a trekking adventure or in your own neighborhood, are ideal.  
Click here to read the official rules and enter!


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Permanently Protect
Grand Canyon!

 

 

 

 

 

Welcome back, wolverine! Those of you who have known us since the beginning will likely notice the similarities between our revised logo and logos passed. Most notably, we have reincorporated a wolverine track as a primary visual element. This track evokes our organizational history while also emblemizing the mystery and movement of an iconic large carnivore in North America.A photo posted by Wildlands Network (@wildlandsnetwork) on

Welcome back, wolverine! Those of you who have known us since the beginning will likely notice the similarities between our revised logo and logos passed. Most notably, we have reincorporated a wolverine track as a primary visual element. ...emblemizing the mystery and movement of an iconic large carnivore in North America. More...

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