Information related to the management and conservation of wolverines and their habitat across the West.

Wolverines challenge our ability to coexist with wild nature.  On the one hand, they are easy to live with and do not ask for much.  They choose to live in some of the most wild and inaccessible terrain in the American West, far from human settlements and generally free of conflict with existing land uses.  On the other hand, we can no longer take for granted their persistence in these areas.  They need vast, contiguous wild country to roam within, they need to connect between populations that are increasingly isolated both naturally and artificially, and they need undisturbed areas of persistent spring snowpack to birth and raise their young, which will be reduced and fragmented according to climate change projections.  Click on the links to the left to learn about key policy decisions affecting wolverines and how you can get involved.