Join Hunter Nation in Delisting the Gray Wolf
The Real Wolf Facts!
"Learn the true wolf Story."
Due to unmanaged populations, wolves are a real threat to wildlife, hunting and more..
The Leaders of HN have lead the national effort in the past (killing wolves in ID, MT and WY) and will again for WI, MI, MN, CO, UT, NM, and AZ
2011 US Congress passed legislation removing wolves from Endangered species protection and this decision was NOT subject to federal judicial review (why ID, MT and WY are still killing wolves, courts cant stop the hunts). This action was defended clear to the US Supreme court and we won!
Lead effort in 2019 to file lawsuit and won, forcing the State of WI to hold a wolf hunt, where some 225 wolves were killed in a 72 hour hunt - proves to many wolves, didn't dent wolf population.
2020 lead effort to be there when the US Department of Interior and the US fish and Wildlife Service removed wolves from CO, UT, ND, KS, MI, WI, MN, NM, AZ and other states. This action was in place for six months, until, like in 2010, a federal judge from CA placed wolves back on the Endangered List in all states but WY, ID and MT.
2023 and Beyond - Permanent Solutions for WI, MI, MN, ND, SD, KS, UT, CO, NM and AZ - like the US Congress did in 2011, they must pass legislation to make wolf management by the states above permanent. This is the only solution to keep wolves into state management
Wolves are part of nature. They should be treated as all of our wild animals. Well managed, they are an asset to every American. Unmanaged, they are a costly liability to our society.
For decades, highly funded groups claiming to be conservations have raised and spent millions of dollars to alter the public perceptions of the wolf and influence politicians to vote the way those groups demanded.
The wolf no longer warrants being listed as Endangered. Congress needs to act to insure ESA decisions are made based on science and not arbitrarily by activist judges.
The solution lies here in your hand and what you and others like you do next. Take a moment, read our plan, check our partners and see how we can help you help save the wildlife of North America.
Our plan is simple, but it won’t be easy.
Educate & Unite Americans
It’s time for hunters, conservationist, and all Americans who care about honest wildlife management, based on sound science, to stand up and speak loudly the truth about wolves. Hunter Nation has assembled a team of experts and influencers who are committed to getting the truth out.
Get The Truth Out
The time has come for the wolf to be an asset instead of a political pawn to be used by the anti-hunting, anti-science, so called “animal rights” groups. Wolf reintroduction efforts are a conservation success! Wolf populations have met all recovery goals and need to be delisted immediately.
Delist The Wolf
We will work with industry leaders, elected officials and American hunters to stop the cycle of litigation and judicial interference to insure the wolf is delisted in the lower 48 states.
A Few of the Facts
Yellowstone National Park
Elk population plummeted after wolves were turned loose in the park in 1995
In the mid 1990s there were nearly 20,000 elk in the Northern Yellowstone elk herd. While it stabilized around 6,000 in 2000s the population is continues to fall, down 80 percent to less than 4,000 today.
Annual average deer harvest is down almost 50% since the Wolf population exceed 550.
- In 1974 – 750 wolves. Now – over 2,600 wolves.
- In 2006 – 8,800 moose. By 2015 - 3,450 moose.
- Currently, 1 wolf per 10sq miles, only Alaska has more wolves.
- 90% of residents believe wolves post some threat to pets/livestock.
- 2021 - 96 livestock kills by wolves costing taxpayers $103,815.
- Wolf license sales since 2009 generated $4.8 million for conservation.
- Public support for legal wolf hunting is high.
- Currently 1,270 wolves. IFG wants the population to be 500.