Take Action – Wolves need our help…

Wolves are sentient beings that feel pain just as humans do. Wolves are highly social and care for one another. Wolves live in family groups, and teach their young how to survive. We cannot afford to lose these remarkable beings that share our planet. We must shift away from the old ways of killing to conserve into a compassionate ethic. Compassionate conservation is our best hope for the future.

Contact you representative in congress using this easy form DEMOCRACY.IO

How to Write Letters to the Editor (LTE)

Writing an Effective Letter to the Editor (LTE), Writing a letter to the editor of your local or regional newspaper is the best way to reach a large audience with your message. LTEs are printed on the editorial page.  The editorial page is one of the most read pages in the paper. Members of congress keep a close eye on media coverage, including LTEs, in their local papers so they can keep an eye out for issues of importance to their constituents. Letters that get published helps reach both a wide public audience and your elected officials.  Even if your letter is not published, it is important for educating and persuading editors. The more letters they receive on a given topic, the more likely they are to dedicate more time in their newspaper to that issue, both on the editorial page and in news articles. It clearly expresses the issue’s importance to the community. Go to Letter to the editor (LTE) writing campaign: the public needs to hear from you! On how to write your letter.

Wolves are essential to the survival of our wilderness. Trophy hunts are about power not conservation. Wolves are a part of our wild legacy.

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