Wolves Need You Once Again
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From the very start, the Obama administration’s proposal to remove federal protections for wolves across most of the lower 48 has been based on politics, not science. The nation’s top scientists have said so and the American people have said so — and now we have to say so again.
In just six states where wolves have been federally delisted, two years of aggressive state hunting and trapping seasons have killed more than 2,600 wolves, or half the total population in the lower 48 known to exist in 2013. Can you imagine what would happen if the wolves’ safety net were removed in all states?
Let’s demand that wolves get the protections a recovering species needs. Scientists have identified hundreds of thousands of square miles of suitable wolf habitat that still exists in places where wolves once lived and could live again with the help of federal protections — including the Pacific Northwest, California, the southern Rockies and the Northeast.
Take action now to sound the drum. Tell the Fish and Wildlife Service to rescind its plan to strip protections from wolves, and instead help wolves recover across more of their former home.
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There was a time the world was ours
No big tall buildings, no noisy cars
No people with guns, shooting at
Everything they see
When we could howl
As a family
When we could roam our world
Not worrying about if we would
The moon our beacon, the sun our friend
We did not think this would ever end.
Karen Lyons Kalmenson