How Can I Help Wolf Conservation?

Your Howl Can Be Heard: Write a letter!


It is so important to speak out against what we know is wrong. We need to work together to make changes in our world. A great way to make changes is to talk to the government representatives in our areas and our nations. The governments are here to look out for their people, please don’t be afraid to talk to them about what is on your mind. Here’s a little guide to help get you started.

“Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much”
-Hellen Keller

Send a Letter to Your MLA or MP

wolf pups play at Northern Lights Wolf  Golden BC

Your local law maker can make a difference, please write to your local MLA or PM about wolf conservation and what is happening in your local region


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We Howl.ca Poison Free

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We howl is an organization that specializes in the prevention and awareness of the use of poison in our Canadian forests. The goal is to completely eliminate to use of poisons as a pesticide or predicide to make our forests a more natural and safe place to live and play.

Send your supporting post card today to help protect our wilderness.


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Wolf Awareness

Wolf Scrappy Dave at Northern Lights Wolf  Golden BC

Wolf Awareness Inc. is an organization that spreads information about predator control. They are actively working towards the fair treatment of wolves in British Columbia. They want to protect the forest so that we can have healthy populations of wolves and of prey species. Wolf awareness also educates on the effect wolves have on livestock and how to protect your investments. They speak to all aspects of wolf importance and protection.


WOLF AWARENESS Inc.

Shelly and Casey Black, founders of Northern Lights Wolf  Golden BC

Our Story: Casey and Shelley

Casey & Shelley Black are an adventurous animal loving couple. How it all started; In the late 90’s Casey was part of a team that trained animals for big Hollywood movies. A few years later, in 1998, Casey and Shelley adopted Aspen - a female wolf dog. The initial idea was to have Aspen as a spoiled movie star and ambassador for educating people about wolves. Eventually the movie star dream faded and Northern Lights Wolf was formed and Aspen became the star ambassador.

Since 2002 Casey & Shelley have operated Northern Lights Wolf Centre. The Wolf Centre is a privately owned facility with dedicated long serving staff. They all work at educating the public to advocate and stimulate awareness about the importance of wolves in our environment. The whole team actively pursues long term interest in changing public opinion about wolves and to influence government policy in the favour of a balanced holistic environments that includes the dynamic role of wolves.

Today the Northern Lights Wolf hosts a full pack of wolves all whom were born in captivity. These wolves howl with joy everyday as a healthy pack of wolf ambassadors.

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