Stay tuned as we add details to the Rally itinerary and answers for frequently asked questions.
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For those traveling by air, book your flight reservation as soon as possible. Airline tickets are more affordable right now for the next week or so. It can often be less expensive to fly into Baltimore and take a convenient half hour train to Union Station, in the heart of Washington DC.
One of the best resources to look for air fares is www.kayak.com as it will search many major airline companies as well as other travel portals
Some Rally attendees also shared this bus service: rallyforthewolves.dcrallybus.com.
For a small group, you can explore renting a bus, car or van together.
Some Rally attendees are looking into using this bus service: rallyforthewolves.dcrallybus.com.
Everyone with a good heart who wants a better and kinder country that embraces decency, compassion and respect for America’s wolves and all our native wildlife and the wild places they need to survive and thrive.
The best signs to bring to the Rally are those that are home-made. Home-made signs attract more attention, from fellow wolf defenders and from the media. We want to keep our wolf defender messages positive and inspiring. It’s OK to protest animal cruelty and abuse, which is certainly part of what we are fighting to stop, but do that in the context of the respect, decency, co-existence and protection we are demanding for America’s wolves.
Here’s some sign suggestions:
*** Decency Respect Co-Existence: The New American Way
*** America’s Wolves Must Be Federally Protected!
*** Americans LOVE America’s Wolves!
*** Montanans LOVE America’s Wolves! (substitute your own state)
*** Respect & Co-Existence NOT Demonization & Persecution
*** Wolves Have Families, too!
*** Wolves are Vital and Beautiful Beings