HOWL for Wildlife wants hunters to make their voices heard

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“We launched on January 11. Today is February 22. We have had—it’s over 185,000—individual actions through our website so far…That’s a lot. I mean, that’s a lot—but it’s nowhere near what we need it to be.  I’ll be happy if we have a million users on our site. Because what is the other 16 million hunters, you know, and then there’s, however many million anglers and then you know, the shooting sports, there’s 60 to 80 million of them. But if we can get a million, then I think we’re getting somewhere…I’m not going to be happy until we get there.” — Charles Whitwam, founder of HOWL of Wildlife

In Episode 254 of District of Conservation, Gabriella interviews Charles Whitwam of HOWL for Wildlife.

Howl For Wildlife is a non-profit corporation borne out of its grassroots effort to quickly end S.B. 252, a bill that could have further devastated ungulate populations and removed all black bear management in California. Howl For Wildlife is the first action oriented portal where organizations, brands and individuals can work together as one pack, one HOWL to protect wildlife & science based management practices.

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  • Gabriella Hoffman is a Media Strategist and Award-Winning Outdoor Writer. She hosts the "District of Conservation" podcast and CFACT's original YouTube series "Conservation Nation." Learn more about her work at

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