Wolves and Biodiversity: Caught in the Crosshairs

Science has proven wolves are keystone animals who foster biodiversity, such as the case in Yellowstone that is being carefully documented and studied. When wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone after 70 years of absence, the tree, beaver, elk, bird and fish populations were restored to a healthy balance and began to thrive. Wolves keep so many systems in balance. So why are wolves still perceived as enemies? This past year wolves have been and are slated for massive slaughter in several states.

Support @centerforbiodiv and @defendersofwildlife efforts to halt this insanity.

We should be thanking the wolves, not killing them.

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