BTW, these petitions work; see the Wisconsin section below!
First, here's a petition to the US Forest service to help all wolves and other
Wolves are at risk in Idaho, where in 2001 legislators passed a measure calling
for the elimination of wolves "by any means necessary." More recently, The State
has asked for permission to kill up to 75% of the wolves within the Lolo
District of Clearwater National Forest.
And, they want to repeat the slaughter every year for the next five years.
Sign this petition to U.S. Fish and Wildlife urging them to reject Idaho's
Most unsettling is that Idaho would like to kill 3 out of 4 wolves regardless of
the wolves' history of interaction with humans and livestock. That means that
wolves that have never done anything to harm livestock or people could be
Once hunted, trapped and poisoned to extinction in Idaho, wolves have made a
remarkable recovery. An estimated 512 wolves, including 36 breeding packs, are a
critical part of Idaho's ecosystems. And, contrary to anti-wolf extremists'
claims, the wolves are not a significant threat to livestock or game
Help us stop anti-wolf extremists and save the wolves Ã¢â‚¬â€œ urge the U.S. Fish and
Wildlife to deny Idaho's request to kill wolves:
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