Sunday, November 30, 2008

Slaughter of Wolves Begins With Cubs

Nearly 1,000 endangered gray wolves could face slaughter under Bush Administration's new wolf-killing plan. This parting shot by the outgoing administration would leave wolves vulnerable to mass killing by the Northern Rockies states.

Click to send your Official Citizen Comment right now -- before the administration has a chance to pull the trigger on its scheme to strip wolves of their endangered species protection.


Alaska Department of Fish and Game expand predator control methods - Defenders of Wildlife
Wildlife officials presented a new protocol to the Board of Game today that would allow Alaska Department of Fish and Game staff to kill young wolf pups in or near their dens as part of the state's predator control programs. This practice, known as “denning,” is currently illegal under Alaska state law.

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