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A new wolf project targets Yellowstone visitors with brutal reality

Project: WOLF is an initiative that targets Yellowstone National Park visitors by erecting billboards on major approaches and pulls no punches with their message.

The project is new, the support broad, and the images disturbing for new wolf advocacy group, Project:WOLF. The images are featured on a new web site and on billboards which are being put up on the approaches to Yellowstone. The first of these billboards was put up on February 20th.

Here’s how Project:WOLF describes itself:

Project: Wolf is not a group, it’s a movement. A groundswell of outrage and emotion which ties thousands of individuals, hundreds of groups, and sanctuaries, together with a unified message. Protect our wolves!

Our mission is to educate, communicate and overcome the influence of the special interests. We will not shy away from showing the real face of the war on wolves no matter how hard the images are to look at. We will work tirelessly to stop trapping.

Every wolf that dies represents a failure of our responsibility to protect our public land and our wildlife. Our ultimate goal is not to fail anymore.

We won’t offer you a plush toy to get you to become a member – indeed we don’t have an official membership.

We take no money out of our donations for salaries or overhead, every dollar we get in donation will be used to get our message to average Americans. We are starting with billboards outside Yellowstone and this web site. But with enough support, it may include television, and more. The goal is to go to the American public with the information – presented in bold, disturbing, powerful imagery and simple calls to action.

Visit the web site: http://projectwolf.org

In the interests of transparency, HOWLColorado was approached to be one of a number of  educational resource for visitors to the site to use to research the wolf issue.

 

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