Thank You Wolf Warriors!!


DC Rally image by Oliver Starr

The National Rally To Protect America’s Wolves

Way to represent our wolves Warriors! Beautiful picture, great to see so many wolf advocates in one place!

Rally Speakers

Bob Goldman (event organizer)
Oliver Starr (son of a rancher & a wolf-lover)
Brett Haverstick (Friends of the Clearwater)
Merlyn Nelson (Adopt a Wolf Pack)
Laurie Hall (event organizer)
Elizabeth Huntley (Friends of Wisconsin Wolf)
Professor Hochtritt (University of Wisconsin)
William Huard (Good Wolf)
Bill Chamberlain (US Wolf Refuge Nevada)
Bob Goldman (speaking for Alaska Wildlife Alliance)
Bill Howell (NIWA)
Reyna Crow (Northwoods Wolf Alliance)


Photos: Courtesy Oliver Starr, FB

Brett Haverstick

Posted in: Wolf Warriors, Activism

Tags: The National Rally To Protect America’s Wolves, gray wolf

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  1. Fabulous Wolf Warriors!!! Thank you all! 🐾 🐾

  2. How many participants?

  3. Wonderful!

  4. Right On!

    • Right On is right, Justin. :)
      It’s got me wanting to do my wolfie happy dance. :)

  5. A big thank you to everyone!! Great Job!!!


  7. “Wolf Pack”
    I dig it!


  9. best part—- while at Monument, 6 black stretch limos slowed and stopped to see what we were all about…….OBAMA BRIGADE!

    • LOL Good Wolf!!!!

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,

    • So cool Linda, wish I could have been there!! But I was certainly there in spirit! Love you all Thank you!! : )

  10. OMG this is wonderful. Thank each and every one of you!



  11. A thousand blessings upon our beloved warriors
    who attended this glorious event. :)
    I didn’t have any means of transportation
    to attend the rally, and so I’ve created
    my own personal wolf rally videos and posted on
    YouTube to share on Facebook, near, far, and wide
    in solidarity of the main rally event in D.C.
    I’m very pleased of the HUGE turnout in D.C.
    and I’m hoping there will be more rallies like
    this one, with a greater multitude of howlers
    in attendance. :)
    Our noble battle is not over until our precious
    wolves are protected again and for all time.

    • Very well said WiZard, it was a gloriously, beautiful day with so many wonderful wolf advocates!

      We have just begun to fight! Our movement is growing by leaps and bounds.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,

  12. Thank you all from the bottom of my heart. Some of you traveled quite a ways <3 Let's all write the president and keep this on his radar!

  13. If I had the money and means to get to DC, I wouldn’t have hesitated to go. I’ve got some ideas on how to punish those responsible for this wild genocide that I would’ve loved to read there.

  14. Thank you!

  15. Great job, thank you on behalf of the Wolves!

  16. God bless!!!! I so wish my health would have permitted me to be there. I would have loved to have been in the front lines with a huge sign saying: “SAVE OUR FIRST DOG!” Thank you to all the wolf warriors. Well done!

  17. thank you to all who were there.and all who were there in spirit..wish i could have made the trip..but the photo reassures me that just as in the title of one of my wolf paintings”:THE VOICES GROW!!!!!!!”…….

  18. How many attended? Congrats everyone!

  19. …my heart sings ♥…

  20. Reblogged this on Wolf Is My Soul.

  21. Thank you all for your determination and passion!! In solidarity with my wolf sisters and brothers, I salute you from Sweden!

    • Howls to you Wolf is my Soul. This is just the beginning (:

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,

  22. Reblogged this on Exposing the Big Game and commented:
    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) just announced an extension of the comment period to October 28– as well as Washington to be one of the few locations for a public hearing on their proposal to delist nearly all gray wolves in the Lower 48.

    We need you to stand up and make your voice heard!

    • Yes Jim…I love how the USFWS picked just three sites for public hearings far enough away that people who live with wolves won’t have a chance to to make it. There is a Sierra Club petition demanding USFWS open more sites for hearings. I’ll have to find it and post it..they have 34,000 plus signatures already.

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,

  23. Nabeki, how many people participated? Was there any publicity? I didn’t get to see any news yesterday. My health doesn’t allow me to travel or I would absolutely have been there.

    • I think around 150 plus… I don’t have an exact number but it was a nice crowd…frankly more than we’ve been able to gather in the last four years. I think rallyforwolves will keep going and organizing rallies. We need to keep the wolves in the news and on people’s minds especially with USFWS trying to hand them over to the states to be eliminated completely.

      There was a write up in the Huff Post:

      Dances With Wild Wolves: Rally on National Mall
      Posted: 09/06/2013 5:33 pm

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,

  24. Reblogged this on Sherlockian's Blog.

  25. It was an honor to be a part of such an amazing event!
    We will stand up
    We will be heard!
    Ultimately, by caring for the welfare and integrity of all creatures, we ensure the future of humanity and the planet.
    For the wolves, for all wildlives!

    • Thank you Michelle for standing up for wolves :)

      For the wolves, For the wild ones,

      • It was so emotional to be there and felt like we were there for each and every wolf and their friends whose numbers are growing and we are getting more and more vocal. The howling we did at the capitol and the drumming was incredible and fitting end to a day full of riveting and emotional speeches. Many thanks to our organizers Bob and Laurie …It was courageous and a lot of work and worth every day every hour and minute you put in to it the effort showed and the wolves will be saved from the Slaughter if we continue to give our government no room to say “No” It is simply ignorance and really bad science. Plus they have population numbers based on 2009 census before their atrocious a cruel hunts were allowed.
        We can do this and we must do this for our brothers and sisters the wolves!

  26. my niece and I wanted to go but cost too much to fly into DC, etc. – we were there in spirit

  27. I felt the emotion and was touched by the passion that everyone showed for wolves……These events will help to solidify relationships between people and groups…..Working together will be very important to counter the money, lies and misinformation from the wildlife haters

  28. HOWLS TO ALL OF YOU!!!!!!
    Wolves are my kindred spritis, and my HEART is full of Graditude and
    my eyes full of tears of joy..( Instead of the ache for the murdered ones.)
    May God bless all of you that attended I was there in spirit, with alot of
    Hope to meet some of you in Sacramento.
    A SPECIAL THANK-YOU to the organizers.Here in the southern Rockies at our little wolf sanctuary, We have felt so isolated, no longer!
    Howl with your friends, Christy

  29. THANK YOU!!!!!!! wish I could’ve been there..

  30. This is amazing! Thank you so much. Much support and appreciation for all the did make it out. Many howls for you!!!!!

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