To answer your question, I’ve found two organizations where you can volunteer at to aid in wolf conservation. As a volunteer at Wolf Haven (the first citation listed below), you can act as a tour guide who informs visitors through educational tours; as an office assistant, you can help with the day to day operations of the organization; and as a grounds volunteer, you can maintain the landscape of the Wolf Haven’s grounds. As a volunteer at Wolf Park (second citation below), you can help give tours, direct traffic, or get more intimate with the wolves themselves by helping to feed and water them.
In addition to the volunteer options listed by jfulgenc, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service provide opportunities to volunteer for their organization. Their purpose is “to conserve, protect and enhance fish, wildlife and plants and their habitats” throughout the US, which includes wolves. They offer a wide variety of ways to help through conducting research, doing office work, leading tours and projects, and much more. The FWS website has more information on how to volunteer, visit http://www.fws.gov/volunteers/index.html.
You can also keep an eye out for petitions like this one, which could help to protect wolves in Canada: http://www.thepetitionsite.com/1/Wolf-Buffer-Zones/
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