Gray Wolf Adoption Kit

Your adoption supports our work to fight anti–wolf extremism on the ground and ensure a lasting future for wolves in their native habitat.

Photo: Fabian Gorena

Gray Wolf Adoption Kit

As low as $25.00
Wolves are the largest members of the canine family and are the ancestors of domestic dogs. Wolves live, travel, and hunt in packs and have complex communication systems. Their packs are arranged according to a strict hierarchy in which they develop close relationships and strong social bonds.

Gray wolves were once common throughout all of North America but were exterminated in most areas of the United States by the mid-1930s. Today, they are confined to Alaska, the Great Lakes, the Northern Rockies, and parts of New Mexico and Arizona.

Wolves are slowing beginning to recover, but still suffer losses from long-standing persecution by humans. The main threats to wolves today still stem from intolerance, habitat destruction, and conflicts with humans over livestock.

Your adoption supports our work to fight anti–wolf extremism on the ground and ensure a lasting future for wolves in their native habitat.