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The HSUS works to protect wildlife from captive hunting, the fur trade, the exotic pet trade, Canada's commercial seal slaughter, horse slaughter, habitat loss, urbanization, and more. Join our fight to protect wildlife. 

Get involved in wildlife protection

  • Protect Wildlife Campaign


    Help stop poaching, captive hunts and contest kills, fox and coyote penning, bear baiting and more. Learn more

  • Fur-Free Campaign

    Show compassion in fashion! Learn more about fur production and how you can support cruelty-free shopping. Take action

  • Protect Seals

    Each year, hundreds of thousands of seals are clubbed and shot to death in Canada for their fur in the largest slaughter of marine mammals in the world. Take action

  • Urban Wildlife

    Celebrate, protect, and learn how to live in harmony with your wild neighbors—whether near your home or in your garden or community. Learn more

  • Exotic Pets

    Wild animals can attack, spread disease, and cannot adequately be provided for in captivity. Help us keep wild animals wild! Take action

  • Wild Horses

    Each year, tens of thousands of American horses are inhumanely transported and slaughtered for human consumption. Stop Horse Slaughter

  • Wildlife Land Trust

    Wildlife habitat is rapidly disappearing due to development and other human-caused changes. The Humane Society Wildlife Land Trust saves wildlife by saving land. Learn more

  • Marine Mammals

    Pollution and hunting threaten these animals in the wild, but life in captivity isn't the solution—and neither is swimming with dolphins. Learn more

Wildlife News & Resources

  • October 20, 2014

    Volunteer to Phone Bank

    Help The HSUS in our mission to celebrate animals and confront cruelty. Apply to be a phone banking volunteer.

  • October 20, 2014

    Riverside, Ill. Adopts Humane Coyote Management Plan

    The Village of Riverside has created a humane coyote management policy for solving conflicts among people, pets and coyotes in the area. The Village of Riverside collaborated with The Humane Society of the United States to become the first community in the nation to adopt the organization’s new template coyote management plan.

  • October 15, 2014

    The High of the Tiger: After Long Journey, Rescued Tigers Settle into New Habitat

    Rescued from a roadside zoo, these tigers are settling into a new habitat at Black Beauty Ranch in Texas.

  • October 14, 2014

    HSUS Internship Opportunities

    Help animals and receive valuable training in the animal protection field. Apply for an internship.

  • October 10, 2014

    Reward Offered in Stolen Hattiesburg Zoo Pink Flamingo

    The Humane Society of the United States is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to the identification, arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for breaking into the Hattiesburg Zoo and stealing a pink flamingo.

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