In the News! New Mexico Senate backs ban on coyote-killing contests.

The Albuquerque Journal February 27, 2019 article contains good news on the National Coalition to End Wildlife Killing Contests’ effort in New Mexico. The state Senate passed legislation Wednesday that would ban coyote-killing contests in New Mexico – after an 80-minute debate that highlighted the political divide between urban and rural lawmakers. The bipartisan proposal, […]

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The National Coalition to End Wildlife Killing Contests’ Website is up and Ready to Serve You!

The Coalition’s website includes scientific facts, milestones, Coalition members, and how to take action. Click HERE to head over to the new website at Project Coyote and get started learning how to ban Wildlife Killing Contests in your area! THE MISSION The National Coalition (here) to End Wildlife Killing Contests (“Coalition”) is a growing alliance of […]

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Please Take Action to End Wildlife Killing Contests: Write Letters to Newspapers and Legislators…

Ending Wildlife Killing Contests will take a lot of public awareness, education and involvement on your part. #EndWildlifeKillingContests #GetInvolved “Melissa Tedrowe, Midwest region director of the Humane Society, says that while her group actively opposes the contests, it discourages protesting in person to avoid violent confrontation. Instead, it is asking people to write to legislators […]

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Wildlife Killing Contests: A Ruthlessly Completive Culture’s Hold of Rural Wisconsin Communities…

Moondog Madness bills itself as Wisconsin’s Biggest Coyote Hunting Tournament, but area residents aren’t in support of these wildlife killing contests. Instead they want to raise awareness about wildlife killing contests and support legislation that will make them a thing of the past. Area residents want to foster respect for wildlife living in their backyards […]

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