Wolves support World Wildlife Day

To raise awareness for World Wildlife Day and show support for the endangered Mexican wolf campaign, Wolves have removed the wolf from the club’s badge for Tuesday 3rd March.

Imagine a world without nature. For one day only the wolf’s absence from the club’s famous badge will raise awareness for the importance of animals in our world.

World Wildlife Day 2020 will celebrate the world’s special wild plants and animals, and raise awareness of the multitude of benefits of wildlife to people, and the threats they are facing.

Earth is home to countless species of fauna and flora, and the rich diversity is what has made our planet inhabitable for all living creatures, including humans.

However, unsustainable human activities and overexploitation of the species and natural resources are imperilling the world’s biodiversity – nearly a quarter of all species are presently at risk of going extinct in the coming decades.

Wolves’ support for World Wildlife Day mirrors a commitment to helping the WWF in saving the endangered Mexican wolf – a campaign launched with the assistance of Raul Jimenez.

For more information on Wolves’ commitment to the #ProtectThePack campaign, click here.

Wolves supporters are encouraged to learn more about World Wildlife Day here and on Twitter via @WildlifeDay, where #WorldWildlifeDay will be trending throughout the day.