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Wyoming is now the only state that allows hunters to kill wolves year-round — and they don't even need a license to do it. The plan, recently approved by Wyoming Governor Matt Mead and U.S. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, comes after pressures from both the ranchers and Wyoming government regarding wolf management. The problem is, it's based more on political pressure than on science.

A recent ruling also notes that any delisting done by Congress won't be required to be subject to legal review. This means that measures detrimental to wolf survival could be passed without any oversight.

Write to Secretary Ken Salazar asking him to act in good conscience and reverse his decision to allow mass wolf killings in Wyoming.

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Dear Secretary Salazar:

Your recent decision to permit hunters in Wyoming to kill wolves arbitrarily and without licenses concerns me deeply. As the Interior Secretary, you have the responsibility to be an advocate for the environment and its inhabitants; yet, you recently made a deal with Wyoming Governor Matt Mead to allow ranchers who are annoyed by wolf predation to shoot the wolves on sight and at random.

Considering the federal government's stance only years earlier, this decision represents a complete reversal and, on its face, appears as little more than capitulation to political interests in the state. As a highly educated individual, you can't possibly think this is good for the wolves. I believe you operated out of growing pressure from ranchers and the government of Wyoming, and that's why you chose political gain over what's truly right.

Once again, we can't afford to sacrifice the survival of these animals. Please find a safer and more enlightened way to deal with the problems the wolves are presenting in Wyoming.

Thank you.

Petition Signatures


Apr 18, 2015 April Vaughan
Apr 18, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Apr 18, 2015 Elizabeth Veiga
Apr 18, 2015 Johanna Kristin Sigurz
Apr 17, 2015 Ellen Cather
Apr 17, 2015 Mishelle Johnson
Apr 17, 2015 Ann Walsh
Apr 17, 2015 Danielle Halverson
Apr 17, 2015 RITA CRISTINA FRANCISCO
Apr 17, 2015 judy ormerod I would like my grandchildren to see wolves in the wild. Stop the senseless killing of wolves!!
Apr 16, 2015 Jessica Martin
Apr 16, 2015 Detelina Guecheva
Apr 16, 2015 covi lopez
Apr 16, 2015 Samantha Meyers Wolves are noble and amazing. They are very important in the natural ecosystem. Ranchers are not a part of this natural ecosystem. I understand it is their $ but they chose to ranch in a place with WOLVES!
Apr 16, 2015 Kristina Brough
Apr 16, 2015 Tony Rodriguez
Apr 15, 2015 Leslie Smith
Apr 15, 2015 (Name not displayed) The threat of wolves vs. cattle is an exaggeration beyond all sanity.
Apr 15, 2015 jaimie tee
Apr 15, 2015 sas s
Apr 15, 2015 C. Brooks
Apr 15, 2015 belinda beausaert
Apr 15, 2015 Robin Hethcoat
Apr 14, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Apr 14, 2015 Deb Haight
Apr 14, 2015 Barbara Betts
Apr 13, 2015 Kris Dotson
Apr 12, 2015 Maly Pfumpfei-Vukovic
Apr 11, 2015 Päivi Kouhi
Apr 11, 2015 Shelley, & Mike Schulz Stop Killing Our Wolves. Let Them Run Free.
Apr 11, 2015 Sara Willis
Apr 11, 2015 Janice Banks
Apr 11, 2015 Marcia Bissett
Apr 11, 2015 Debra Doll
Apr 11, 2015 Donna Travis This has to stop.
Apr 11, 2015 joy aclupen
Apr 10, 2015 Halen Hatmaker Praying!
Apr 10, 2015 (Name not displayed)
Apr 9, 2015 Rebecca Harper
Apr 9, 2015 Aaliyah Arjona
Apr 9, 2015 Julia Thornhill
Apr 9, 2015 Diane Nassir, M.A.
Apr 9, 2015 Naomi Hissong
Apr 8, 2015 Emily Dicks
Apr 8, 2015 Marie Delagarza
Apr 8, 2015 Donald Wedekind
Apr 8, 2015 katherine hobbs
Apr 8, 2015 Prairie Moser
Apr 8, 2015 Naomi Dunston
Apr 8, 2015 Keith Rempp

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