Sunday, April 22, 2007

Remember the Gray Wolf

This past February, the US Fish and Wildlife Service announced their intention to remove the Gray Wolf from the federal list of endangered and threatened wildlife. The Northern Rockies gray wolves represent one of the biggest success stories in US history. They were reintroduced into Yellowstone National Park and central Idaho in 1995, and have since become an established population.

Take Action Today: Convince the Department of Interior and US Fish and Wildlife Service that the proposed plan is premature and removes protections for wolves that they still desperately need. Stop the needless slaughter that WILL take place . . .


Cynthia Blue said...

I am overjoyed that the Wolf is doing so well. Though taking them off the list so soon... would be a worry.

CyberCelt said...

@cynthia-ranchers want to shoot them for killing cattle. I can see their point, but there are other ways to control your losses.


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