Michigan's fragile wolf population is being threatened.
Sign the pledge to protect wolves from pointless trophy hunting
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Enviada: 26/01/2013 13:04
January 26, 2013
Stand Up for Wolves in Michigan
Wolves were protected under the Endangered Species Act for decades and are only now starting to recover. But sadly, hundreds are being hunted and trapped in Idaho, Minnesota, Montana, Wisconsin, and Wyoming. Now, Michigan has passed a law to add to this carnage. And Michigan voters are fighting back to have their voices heard and prevent the slaughter of hundreds of wolves, often using painful methods such as steel-jawed leghold traps, for trophy collections.
Keep Michigan Wolves Protected, a coalition of humane societies, Native American tribes, conservationists, and wolf biologists, is seeking to place a referendum on the Michigan ballot in 2014 to protect wolves from senseless recreational killing.
Please help protect this iconic species. Sign the pledge today, and join animal lovers across the country in supporting the Keep Michigan Wolves Protected effort.
Wayne Pacelle, President & CEO
Paid for with regulated funds by the committee to Keep Michigan Wolves Protected, 5859 W. Saginaw Hwy. #273, Lansing, MI 48917