America's Gray Wolves

are being slaughtered

Unlimited Wolf Killing

across 85% of Wyoming

218 Wolves Killed

Wisconsin wolf hunt
February 22-24, 2021

85-90%

of the wolves in Montana and Idaho targeted to be killed

25 Yellowstone
Wolves Killed

September 15, 2021-March 15, 2022

Midterm Elections - Nov. 8, 2022
Help elect candidates who will fight for wolves!

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Get to Know Wolves

Wolves benefit economies and ecosystems.

Wolves play an essential role in balancing our ecosystems and are not a threat to humans, yet they are depicted as savage beasts in our media and folklore.

Delisting puts wolves in danger.

In November 2020, U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service delisted nearly all gray wolves nationwide, but a federal court ruling overturned the delisting in February 2022.

Gray wolves were reintroduced to Yellowstone.

After a 70-year absence, wolves come home.

Wolves are a lot like humans and dogs.

We can thank wolves for giving us “man’s best friend”! The domestic dog is a direct descendent of the gray wolf. In other words, all modern dogs are domesticated wolves.

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She was 06. She is a Legend.

An extraordinary pack leader, mother, huntress and protector, 06's life meant so much more than to be a trophy hunter's decoration.

Read Her Story

OUR MISSION: 
The 06 Legacy is a 501(c)(4) nonprofit organization that seeks to protect America's gray wolves from trophy killing, and restore wolf populations through awareness, education, and endorsement of candidates.

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Who we endorse

Find out if your candidates are endorsed by our 06 Wolf Pack.

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Wolves depend on us

We need to choose leaders who will fight for wolves — one vote, one election at a time.

Why Elections Matter

Books about wolves

Books transport us to places we never thought we could go. Bring the world of wolves to life with these tiles.

Resources

Native American Culture

Native Americans respect wolves as companions, brothers and sisters with whom people share the Earth .

Brother Wolf

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