Killing is Not Conservation…

Changing the paradigm from killing to compassionate conservation is a major shift in thinking…

Wolves of Douglas County Wisconsin

…The idea that only man is equipped for conserving our planet’s natural resources is a dying concept; dying right along with the untold numbers of wild sentient beings killed in the name of conservation. Such problems drive home a critical flaw in the paradigm of conserving wildlife. In the state of Wisconsin alone coyotes are hunted year round because they’re considered vermin that need to be exterminated. It’s about time we work towards changing the paradigm of killing to conserve. It’s going to take a major shift in thinking that will require opening up lines of communication between the general public; specifically with interests in conserving our natural resources for future generations to come. It’s not about numbers. It’s about sentient beings sharing our planet, and how we can coexist for the benefit of all living upon Mother Earth.

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  1. When this picture came up on my screen I wanted to switch off quick, I didn’t but it brought tears to my eyes, I really can’t understand how people are still so ignorant on certain things, wildlife is being wiped out across our world, I live inSwansea uk, we used to have wolves and bears many many years ago we wiped them out, these awful people should be proud to still have them not murder them, they should stay away from their habitat.

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