“Wolf Pack Meets A Coyote” @ Howlers Inn

Howlers Inn is a bed and breakfast in Bozeman, Mt that is also a wolf sanctuary for wolves who cannot be returned to the wild. They are all neutered but still live as a pack with an alpha pair.  There are two enclosures, one is three acres and the other one acre.

Howlers Inn Bed & Breakfast & Wolf Sanctuary

“The Wolf Sanctuary at Howlers Inn was set up to house captive-bred wolves that can not be released into the wild. Wolves have joined us from all over North America. All our wolves are spayed or neutered. At present we have two separate enclosures: one a 3-acre enclosure with a seasonal pond and creek, trees, boulders; the other a 1-acre enclosure also with a seasonal creek, trees and boulders. Income from the inn and donations from guests and friends support the wolves. We are not federally funded and do not breed the wolves for profit. We are federally licensed to house and care for the wolves, but we are not licensed as exhibitors. Guests at the inn are welcome to view and photograph the wolves during their stay, but we are not open to the general public for viewing.”



Video: Courtesy YouTube

Posted in: gray wolf

Tags: Brave Wilderness, Howlers Inn, Bozeman, Mt, gray wolf sanctuary, Coyote Peterson

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Howl Across America, Bozeman Rally A Success!!

The Howl Across America rally held in Bozeman on Sunday, organized by Jenny Hane, was a success. It garnered a lot of media attention and brought much-needed focus to the brutal, ongoing wolf hunts in Montana and Idaho.

Here’s Jenny’s summary of Sunday’s events.

“Hi folks, so I’m sure you all want to know how the rally went.

Even though the event was fairly small, it created something of a media storm. I got interviewed by three different reporters, and I will probably end up on TV (and someone from the other side probably will too). There was also a photographer — I think he said he was with the New York Times (no, seriously, I can hardly believe it but that’s what I think he said!) who followed us all the way to the courthouse and took a ton of pictures. The counter-protest didn’t follow us when we marched; we left them behind in the park, and they were all gone by the time we got back. So while they had greater numbers, I suspect that we ended up being more visible. Some of them came over and argued with us when we were in the park, but nobody got nasty. We had a couple of people (not associated with the counter-protest, just random Bozemanites) yell and swear at us in passing while we were marching, but no worse issues than that. I congratulate all my attendees on their good behavior. When we got back Billy set his equipment up in the band shell and gave us a nice little concert, and since we basically had the park to ourselves we got some time to relax. Two of our attendees came all the way from Utah to be there, which was pretty cool. (They want a healthy wolf population in the NRM so that wolves can disperse into Utah — once they get their own politicians to allow wolves in the state, that is.) And, um, those are the highlights, I guess. For every person who “booed” us when we were marching, it seemed like there was another one who honked and waved or said a friendly word when we passed them on the sidewalk. I suppose only time will tell the effects of this. And now, I’m going to spend the next week sleeping and catching up on other work and sleeping some more. Thank you for all your support and encouragement.”


Howl Across America is planning more rallies in the upcoming months to protest the slaughter of wolves in Montana and Idaho. We cannot forget Wyoming is pushing forward with their plan to have unregulated killing of wolves in most of the state, which could happen as soon as next year. Wolves in Wyoming would then be at the mercy of a horrific plan to shoot-them-on-site, or they could be run over by a snowmobile. Yes it’s that bad.

I want to thank Jenny for her hard work and dedication to wolves. She did a wonderful job planning and organizing the Bozeman rally!!

For the wolves,



Dueling wolf rallies held in Bozeman

Posted: Sep 18, 2011 8:58 PM by Dennis Carlson (KBZK Bozeman)
Updated: Sep 19, 2011 6:48 AM



Strong opinions shared at opposing wolf rallies

Posted: Monday, September 19, 2011 12:15 am

JOLENE KELLER, Chronicle Staff Writer



Photo: Courtesy Bozeman Daily Chronicle

Posted in: Wolf Wars, Howl Across America

Tags: Howl Across America Rally, Bozeman, Mt., Jennifer Hane, wolf advocate, protest brutal wolf hunts

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