Pledge to Protect Michigan's Wolves

With fewer than 650 wolves left in the state, Michigan's wolf population is only now starting to recover from the brink of extinction. Wolves have been on the protected list in Michigan for nearly 50 years. But sadly, Michigan state politicians and trophy hunters have put the fragile wolf population in danger once more.

It's not right to spend decades bringing the wolf back from the brink of extinction only to turn around and allow them to be killed for sport.

The Humane Society of the United States is working with Keep Michigan Wolves Protected to protect wolves from pointless trophy hunting, and ensure these majestic creatures are around for years to come.

TAKE ACTION: Please sign the pledge today to show your support for protecting Michigan's wolves.

I pledge to protect Michigan's fragile wolf population. I will stand with Michiganders -- and animal lovers across the country -- in working to preserve the longstanding Michigan prohibition on the trophy hunting of this iconic species.