Conserve Sauk Film Festival will be held on Saturday, November 9, 2019 from 2:00 until 9:00 at UW-Platteville Baraboo Sauk County in Baraboo, Wisconsin. Tickets are FREE and will be available at the ticket booth on November 9 beginning at 2:00 PM. KILLING GAMES: Wildlife in the Crosshairs chosen as "Best Interpretation of a Conservation … Continue reading KILLING GAMES: Wildlife in the Crosshairs chosen as “Best Interpretation of a Conservation Theme” from Conserve Sauk Film Festival
We are beyond killing animals for prizes and fun,” she told National Public Radio. “This should be part of our history books.” ~ Camila Fox, Project Coyote The National Coalition to End Wildlife Killing Contests applies the combined expertise and experience of our member organizations to work toward ending wildlife killing contests, derbies, and tournaments in … Continue reading A National Coalition to End Wildlife Killing Contests
On any given weekend, some of America’s most iconic wild animals are massacred in wildlife killing contests. Bloodied bodies are weighed and stacked like cords of wood, and prizes are awarded to the “hunters” who kill the largest or the most of a targeted species. More information. https://youtu.be/Y1w8-76iRYs Coyotes, bobcats, wolves and foxes are common … Continue reading Sneak Peek at Project Coyote’s short film “Killing Games – Wildlife in the Crosshairs”
Dear Friend of Wildlife, Snares, lethal traps, night-hunting. These are just some of the deadly dangers that wolves face as they attempt to return to their native home of California. Project Coyote and the Center for Biological Diversity have taken swift action to protect wolves by petitioning the California Fish and Game Commission to … Continue reading Project Coyote Action Alert: Petition to the California Fish and Game Commission to ban lethal trapping and night-hunting in the wolf recovery zone.