Coexistence, not killing, should be the goal of wolf management

Please take action for for wolves. Use the following link to contact your members of congress:

The Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works voted to move forward S. 1514 HELP for Wildlife Act, that intends to delist gray wolves in the Great Lakes states (Wisconsin, Minnesota and Michigan) To view archived webcast click HERE thus, continuing the War on Wolves, including riders that would prevent any judicial review of wolf delisting decisions. 

Wolf recovery in Wisconsin began in the late 1970s, and after almost forty years, is still ruled by aggressive hunting conservation policies of; kill-them-to-conserve-them. Isn’t it time for Wisconsin’s wolf management plan to move forward into a new age; that supports increasing human tolerance of large carnivores. 

Turning back management to individual states is a death sentence for imperiled species. Wisconsin’s political-atmosphere regarding favourable policy is lacking; even down-right-hostile in its management of wolves. Wisconsin quite literally throws dogs to wolves, and Out of all the states that held wolf hunts, only Wisconsin allows hound hunters to use unleashed packs of dogs to hunt wolves. 

Delisting of Wisconsin’s wild wolf means certain death for this iconic predator, as Wisconsin is the only state that allows hunters to use unleashed packs of dogs to hunt wolves.

Take action for wolves. Help stop the War on Wolves. Tell congress “NO” S. 1514 HELP for Wildlife Act

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