Protect Animals in Alaska's National Wildlife Refuges
Action Alert from


ALDF Animal Legal Defense Fund
March 2017


Use the form below to contact your Senators to politely urge them to OPPOSE J. Res. 69 and S.J. Res. 18, the congressional joint resolution that would permanently repeal protections for bears and wolves in Alaska’s national wildlife refuges.

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Commonsense U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS) regulations that protect grizzly bears, black bears and wolves on more than 76 million acres of national wildlife refuges are under attack.

Only seven months ago FWS enacted a rule to prevent the State of Alaska from using horrific methods of wildlife control on national wildlife refuges including steel-jawed leghold traps and neck wire snares, shooting hibernating bears with their cubs, killing wolves and their pups during denning season and shooting grizzly bears from airplanes.

Now, the new administration wants to lift those prohibitions and allow the slaughter of wolves and bears using these cruel and indefensible methods on national wildlife refuges.

Thank you for everything you do for animals!

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