Pups and Packs: Saving Wolves in 2022
A virtual conversation about wolves and policy in the US in 2022
Learn about the history of gray wolf persecution and recovery, PEER’s unique approach using the Pittman-Robertson Act, hear from notable scientist about the state of the science about liberalizing wolf-killing, and explore an indigenous perspective for a new vision for wolves based on an ancient relationship. This webinar also offers a Q&A from participants and a call to action for participants to protect wolves in 2022 and beyond.
CALL TO ACTION
Participants are encouraged to call Secretary of Interior Deb Haaland at (202) 208-3100 and encourage her to:
- Use Pittman-Robertson funds as a lever to compel states to protect native predators and
- Issue an immediate emergency listing of the Grey Wolf as an endangered species.
- Hudson Kingston (Moderator) – Policy and Litigation attorney, PEER
- Adrian Treves, PhD – Professor and Founder of the Carnivore Coexistence Lab
- Peter David – wildlife biologist with the Great Lakes Indian Fish and Wildlife Service
- Dave Parsons – US Fish and Wildlife Commission, Retired
- Chandra Rosenthal – Attorney, Rocky Mountain PEER Director
Recorded January 25, 2022
Slide deck used during the webinar is available for review and download here»