Wolf Awareness is a non-profit Canadian organization dedicated to the conservation of wolves through research and public education about wolf ecology.

Wolf Awareness Inc. is a non-profit charitable foundation, established in 1987,  whose primary goal is to promote positive attitudes towards predators in general, the wolf in particular, and to foster an appreciation for the environment of which we are all a part. We achieve our mission through the development and implementation of educational programs and by supporting scientific wolf research.

We are committed to wolf conservation through research and public education regarding the ecology of the gray wolf, Canis lupus. WAI has worked closely with wolf research projects across Canada, receiving the most up-to-date information about studies while providing donated funds to support research that has improved our understanding of this extremely intelligent and social large carnivore. We function as a critical link between scientists and the public to help people achieve a greater awareness of wolf conservation issues.

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Carnivore Coexistence Projects

Wolf Awareness is currently engaged in two projects, both of which involve research and outreach, and important partnerships:BC Chilcotin Wolf Feeding Ecology Study North-Easter... Read more »

Put an end to snare use

Neck killing snares designed to kill wolves and coyotes are erupting across the country.  Not only do these devices cause extreme and prolonged suffering to wolves, they also kill considera... Read more »

Education Programs

School programsEnvironmentally we currently enjoy a rich, wilderness heritage in Canada which is rapidly being eroded by mismanagement and public apathy.  If we want a quality environ... Read more »

ALERT: Wolf Kill Programs Underway in Western Canada

Alberta's draft caribou protection plan makes for "Dirty Oil ". 2012 Recovery Strategy for the Woodland Caribou (Rangifer tarandus caribou), Boreal population, in Canada, Alberta's official... Read more »