Monday, August 25, 2014

Two Courses of Action to Save #Wolves by @Defenders of Wildlife

Our Forests, Our Wolves
Gray Wolf (Paul Nicklin/National Geographic Stock) Under Wyoming's wolf plan, wolves can be shot on sight throughout most of the state -- including our national forests.
Our national forests -- lands belonging to all Americans -- are meant for science-based, sustainable wildlife management... not animal elimination.

If you haven't already, speak out now for responsible management of our wolves on our national forests.

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Already taken action? Help us reach our goal of sending 75,000 comments to the Obama administration by posting this action on Facebook. 


Will You Pay for Idaho's Aerial Wolf Kills?
Gray Wolf (Harry Bosen) Idaho officials want to recklessly gun down wolves from aircraft -- and they want you to pay for it.
State officials want the Department of Agriculture's Wildlife Services to track down and kill up to two thirds of wolves in northeast Idaho. It's an unscientific plan aimed at artificially boosting big game populations.

Already, nearly 62,000 Defenders' supporters have urged President Obama not to use federal resources to carry out Idaho's misguided wolf cull.

If you haven't already, please sign our petition today -- and help us reach our goal of 75,000 signatures.

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