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Disproving anti-wolf propaganda and contributing to the dA wolf community since 2008.
Founded 7 Years ago
Dec 13, 2008


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:bulletgreen:What is AoW?

Army of Wolves, or AoW for short, is a group dedicated to canine art and photography. Giving all canine predators a voice in our society is also a main priority.

:bulletblue: Who/what are we against?

We are against the killing of wolves and other canines. We're against the buying and selling of fur, taxidermy, and the exploitation of wildlife.

:bulletpurple: Does AoW accept art from its members?

Yes, AoW accepts art from members that do canine art (wolves, coyotes, dogs, foxes, etc.). Also, art that stands up for wolves and/or other canines being wrongfully killed is greatly appreciated!

:bulletred: When was AoW established?

AoW became a deviant profile on December 13, 2008. On December 31st, 2009, AoW became an official devaintART Group.

:bulletpurple:On November 10, 2011, AoW reached 1000 members.


:bulletblack: Absolutely NO taxidermists or fur "artists". NO pelts or corpses of animals are allowed in our gallery.

:bulletgreen: NO offensive material towards wolves or other canines.

:bulletpurple: NO spamming or trolls. If you are a troll, you will be reported.

:bulletyellow: The highest ranking a member can be is Contributor. No one can be Co-Founder except for UrosWolf, who helped found the group.

:bulletred: The art submission limit is now 3 deviations per deviant per day.

:bulletblack: NO extreme wolfaboos, or wolf-haters allowed.

:bulletpink: NO fetishes such as vore, bondage, scat, etc.

:bulletpurple: If you join, you will be at least 75.2412534% more awesome.

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I write this entry to show not only the US has problems regarding how wolves are treated. So let me write about the sad fate of a wolf again who had to die out of ignorance.

The wolf escaped last Saturday from a zoo in southern Hungary, the fact itself raises some questions. Wolves are not able to well adapt to zoo conditions but they are still kept captive in eastern Europe. Quite obviously measures were not taken to prevent the wolf from escaping and zoo director Miklos Szatyor is liable to that.

When zoo staff noticed the wolf is missing they immediately reported it to local authorities and the nearby forest region was closed so no one were allowed to enter. It must be noted as many of the director's supporters say the animal had to be killed so it won't eat children when it goes hungry. (This is not a serious argument, is it?)

Also it is not know why the wolf was shot with killer gun when staff was nearby, ready to stupefy him, then track him down and getting him back to the zoo. While it's said the animal was acting aggressively, local reports say he'd already turned back and attempted to run away from the men when he was shot at the back.

The last point is, why the staff did not request help from wolf expert Zoltan Horkai who is well-know in the region and whose experience had already saved many wolves' life.

The questions are cumulating as much as the signatures for the petition - director Miklos Szatyor must resign as the manager of the Zoo of Pécs, Hungary. As more proof is gathered, it gains evidence this sad case was not self-defence but mere murder and the director should be banned from ever dealing with animals.

Petition is here:…
Well, it's been a long while since a good update. Hope you all had a great summer! Here's some great news that will deliver a big blow to all the redneck scum in Idaho who have been keeping elk populations artificially high by killing wolves, still endangered in that area of the country, mind you. It's about time common sense trumps sickening private interests.

Let me remind you that those who kill wolves and anyone who supports it are in support of absolute crimes against nature, or are misinformed.


Conservationists declared victory on Wednesday in a legal battle over Idaho's systematic killing of wolves in a national wilderness area after the state notified federal land managers it did not intend to reinstate a controversial kill program.

The state Department of Fish and Game hired a hunter in 2013 to trap and kill wolves in the central Idaho mountains near Salmon in response to complaints from sportsmen who said wolves in the Frank Church River of No Return Wilderness – a federally protected area known as the Frank – were reducing elk herds prized by hunters.

The state agency last year suspended the program after the hired hunter trapped and killed nine wolves and as conservation groups, represented by the environmental law firm Earthjustice, filed suit in federal court alleging the wolf roundup violated principles of limiting human intervention in national wilderness areas.

The state had wanted to cut by 60 percent the number of wolves in a protected river corridor in the 2.4 million-acre wilderness managed by the U.S. Forest Service. In a letter received by Earthjustice on Wednesday, the Forest Service said it had been informed by Idaho Fish and Game that no wolf-control actions would take place in the Frank during the winter of 2015-16.

“We are relieved that (the Frank) will be managed as a wild place with natural wildlife populations, rather than an elk farm, for at least the coming year,” said Earthjustice attorney Tim Preso. “We will remain vigilant to ensure that wilderness values prevail for the long term.”

Fish and Game officials could not be reached for comment after business hours on Wednesday.

Wolves have been at the center of a bitter debate in Idaho and other Northern Rocky Mountain states since they were reintroduced to the Frank and Yellowstone National Park in the mid-1990s after being shot, trapped and poisoned to near-extinction.

Wolf populations in the region have since rebounded and packs in Idaho and Montana were removed from the federal list of endangered and threatened species in 2011, opening the way for regulated hunting and trapping. Wolves elsewhere in the Lower 48 states are protected under the U.S. Endangered Species Act.
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Souls-of-Fire Featured By Owner Apr 1, 2015  Student Traditional Artist
My brother has a wolf group that he no longer has time to run and is looking for a new founder.
If you could please share this journal for him it would be a great help in , 
Thank you…
anthonyS13 Featured By Owner Dec 13, 2014
6 years and still going stronger than ever!
Zoba22 Featured By Owner Oct 15, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
HI!!! :3 thanks you for accept my comic :D
anthonyS13 Featured By Owner Aug 28, 2014
Here's an explanation about how killing coyotes isn't efficient.…
xSilverSpiritWolfx Featured By Owner Feb 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Hi! :wave: I was wondering if I could re-join the group as a member. Thanks :)
anthonyS13 Featured By Owner Mar 4, 2014
Yes, of course :)
xSilverSpiritWolfx Featured By Owner Mar 7, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Thanks! :)
EliaOwl Featured By Owner Feb 2, 2014   Digital Artist
Can I submit a pic with an husky but also other animals?
Annlexi Featured By Owner Feb 16, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
anthonyS13 Featured By Owner Feb 3, 2014
As long as the husky is the main focus ^^
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