Commemorating a quarter century of activism for America's wildlife!
April 2015 - Since our origins in 1990 as a hospital and care center for injured and orphaned predators, to our current role as a national wildlife advocacy organization, our focus has always been protecting America's native predators and helping people learn to coexist with wildlife. Our efforts have taken us out in the field, onto public lands, back to Congress, and into courtrooms.
In our work to stop our country's ill-advised and tragic war on wildlife and create enlightened wildlife management policies, we have continued to raise public awareness. And we are increasingly shaking the institutions and economic interests that are wedded to "business as usual."
Because we disturb the powers that be, we have no large funding sources. Our successes have only been possible because of devoted grassroots supporters, to whom we are deeply grateful. But in these challenging economic times, we need to increase our support significantly to move forward. Can you help?
Learn more and get involved:
- Read our 25th anniversary newsletter
- See Rep. Peter DeFazio's letter recognizing 25 years of "admirable" work
- View timeline showing key achievements since 1990
- Support our work to protect America's native predators