Wolf Conservation Planning

A Guide for working together using science, inclusivity, and ethical practices.

Agency Wolf Resource

As pressures on natural resources increase over time and societal values continue to reflect a growing antipathy to state-sponsored killing of wildlife, state plans and policies relating to wolves promise to become even more complex. State agency wildlife professionals and others invested in wildlife policy matters will be challenged to consider wolf planning across wildlife, forestry and social science disciplines, and in coordination with public education efforts to ensure and sustain public acceptance of wolves. With its compass firmly fixed on science, democratic and inclusive processes, and ethical standards of the highest integrity, this Wolf Planning Resource aspires to assist wolf plan stakeholders and other wolf and wildlife advocates, as they grapple with the challenges of coexistence and wildlife conservation in the increasingly tenuous conditions of our overtaxed natural world.  

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