From Jim Robertson,
the Big Game
Photo By Jim Robertson, Animals in the Wild
In Wisconsin, more wolves have been killed in 16 days than during the entire 2012 hunting and trapping season.
Yes, you read that correctly.
In just over two weeks, hunters and trappers in Wisconsin have killed off more than 181 wolves. This represents a horrible and disturbing trend of accelerated anti-wolf attitudes and killing.
How did this happen?
Reports suggest that the state Wolf Advisory Committee is now overrun by livestock and hunting and trapping interests – and the deck is now completely stacked against wolves.
We have to stop this before it’s too late. Please take action today and demand that balance be restored to the Wisconsin Wolf Advisory Committee!
This committee makes recommendations on quotas, policies and even population goals. But several scientific experts have been removed from the committee, and livestock and hunting and trapping interests have been added on in their place!
No outside scientists are on the committee, and only one pro-wolf group is represented. There are, however, seven livestock, hunting and trapping groups represented!
Demand that the Secretary of the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources stop this blatant anti-wolf bias!
We’ve come so far in our efforts to restore wolves to their historic range in the Great Lakes region. But with anti-wolf forces more aggressive than ever, we’re at a crossroads…
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