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Singers Record A Song In The Forest Sanctuary And Surprised When Wolves Join In

While they were on tour in Colorado, Arkansas musicians Shawn James and Baker, visited a private wolf sanctuary and performed this cover A.A. Bondy’s “American Hearts.” It was very snowy day and the live recording was shot in one take, but it’s what happened when they started playing that gave me goosebumps!

As they sang, wolves in the nearby began to howl along with them. In the video description they wrote, “Not only was this the highlight of the trip, but one of the highlights in all of our lives.”

Share this unusual musical recording with your family and friends!

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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

CALL TO ACTION: Public Comments to Save Mexican Gray Wolves

Public comments due August 29, 2017 at 11:59PM EDT. Electronic comments submitted HERE. Please compose your comment somewhere that it can be saved in the event of an issue with the electronic comment page.


  • There are fewer than 150 Mexican wolves in the wild and only 250 in captivity.
  • Mexican wolf populations in the United States and Mexico are isolated. The lack of connectivity and the low numbers of each isolated population (which should number at least 200 individuals with a total of 750 wolves) threatens the species with extinction.
  • The proposed plan would turn over management of these rare wolves to state game boards. The last time states were in charge of lobos, the wolf population plummeted due to excessive trapping and shooting of Mexican wolves, authorized by state game boards.
  • State game boards are comprised of political appointees who usually do not have a background in science or conservation. Rather, these appointees usually come from ranching or hunting background.
  • USFWS and not state game boards should be in charge of whether and when to release Mexican wolves from captivity to boost the genetic viability of the population.
  • There should be a plan to discourage conflicts with livestock and lobos and provide education to promote tolerance of the animals within their habitat. To achieve such social tolerance, there needs to be a commitment to funding non-lethal deterrents and work on a holistic plan with local livestock operations to reduce conflict between wolves and livestock and yet maintain a healthy wolf population. Further, lethal control cannot be a solution. If it is, livestock operators will likely never embrace tolerance and use of non-lethal methods.
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They are not trophies. They’re family. If bill S.1514 passes, wolves will be shot & trapped for trophy. TAKE ACTION:

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