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Defenders: Our Forests, Our Wolves

[large thumbnail url=”defenders-our-forests-our-wolves” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”09″ day=”09″] [thumbnail icon url=”defenders-our-forests-our-wolves” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”09″ day=”09″]  Wyoming’s wolf “management” plan includes shoot-on-sight provisions for much of the state, however, some of that is national forest, which belongs to all Americans – and that includes the wolves those forests contain.

Defenders of Wildlife is offering an easy way to send your opinions to the President, and his administration, telling them that you, as one of those Americans, don’t want your wolves shot on national forest land in Wyoming.

Our national forests — lands belonging to all Americans — are meant for science-based, sustainable wildlife management… not animal elimination.

Did you know that under a new plan proposed by the State of Wyoming, wolves throughout the southern Bridger Teton and other National Forests in Wyoming could be shot on sight? Help me save these wolves and protect the sanctity of our National Forests. Take action online at http://dfnd.us/n6KMjI.

Filling out this form, and then posting this information to your Facebook or Twitter is something you can do in just a few minutes and may give wolves in Wyoming more safe zones.

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