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For Montanans: SB 187 Prohibit Vehicular Injury of Predatory Animals

The bill was introduced by Senator Mike Phillips.

SB 187
Prohibit vehicular injury of predatory animals

Please contact these Senators. Tell them that you do not support injuring predatory animals with vehicles.

Batch email:
jennifer.Fielder@mtleg.gov, steve.Hinebauch@mtleg.gov, , jill.Cohenour@mtleg.gov, jason.Ellsworth@mtleg.gov, pat.Flowers@mtleg.gov, david.Howard@mtleg.gov, tom.Jacobson@mtleg.gov, mike.Lang@mtleg.gov, edie.McClafferty@mtleg.gov
cary.Smith@mtleg.gov


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For Montanans: SB 186 End Killing Contests for Predatory Animals

This bill was introduced by Senate Fish and Game Committee by Senator Mike Phillips.

SB 186
Prohibit contests for predatory animals

Please contact these Senators:

Let the senators know you do not support killing contests.

Batch email:

jennifer.Fielder@mtleg.gov, steve.Hinebauch@mtleg.gov, , jill.Cohenour@mtleg.gov, jason.Ellsworth@mtleg.gov, pat.Flowers@mtleg.gov, david.Howard@mtleg.gov, tom.Jacobson@mtleg.gov, mike.Lang@mtleg.gov, edie.McClafferty@mtleg.gov
cary.Smith@mtleg.gov


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Washington: HB 2097 – Addressing Statewide Wolf Recovery

WOLF BILL HB 2097 – Addressing statewide wolf recovery to be heard in the House Rural Development, Agriculture, &
Natural Resources Committee, February 22, 10:00 AM in the John L O’Brien Building, House Hearing Room B.

There will be a Public Hearing prior to the Executive Session, where it is the last item to be discussed.

The conservation community objects to the language for delisting of wolf populations in Eastern Washington before all three recovery zones are recovered with a sustainable number of breeding pairs per zone as stated in the State’s “Wolf Conservation and Management Plan” (2011).

We have been told that this language is going to be removed.

Send in comments, call your representative, or show up in person tomorrow to testify in support of removing this language from the bill before it passes committee.

Also consider commenting in support of a statewide grant program for outreach education funding for wolves.

LINK TO COMMENT AND SIGN UP FOR EMAIL NOTIFICATIONS:

https://app.leg.wa.gov/billsummary?BillNumber=2097&Year=2019&Initiative=false

LINK FEB 22, 10:00 am WATCH HEARING LIVE:

https://www.tvw.org/watch/?eventID=2019021381

AGENDA LINK:

https://app.leg.wa.gov/committeeschedules#//8221


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Save America’s Wolves

We’ve fought this battle time and time again. We can win this, but we need everyone’s help.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, under the direction of the Trump Administration, is expected to announce a proposal to delist wolves across the entire lower 48 states. That means gray wolves who are currently listed as an endangered species will suddenly lose federal protections. Just in the Great Lake States (Michigan, Minnesota, and Wisconsin) alone, there are some 4,300 wolves we can save from losing their federal protections. 

If delisting occurs, management of their species will now be at the mercy of the state in which they live. Wolves in the Northern Rocky Mountains (Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming) were already delisted. There has been bloodshed ever since as more than 3,600 wolves have been killed already in just those three states.

The Center For Biological Diversity is working hard to fight the delisting proposal from going into effect. The 06 Legacy supports their efforts.

The first phase of resistance consists of being ready when the proposal is announced and the comment period begins. We are in the process of gathering comments and hope to have the names of one million people who stand strong for wolves and say no to delisting.

To those who have already joined the campaign, we give you our sincerest thanks.

To those who would like to join this grassroots campaign, here is the link: saveourwolves.org

Delisting would have devastating consequences for wolves all across the country.

Join the grassroots campaign to Save our Wolves from the Trump Administration.

saveourwolves.org

Delisting would have devastating consequences for wolves all across the country.


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HR 6784: Manage our Wolves Act

Sponsored by Wisconsin Representative Sean Duffy

This bill is being voted on in the House of Representatives this week (Nov 16, 2018). The bill aims to delist all wolves in the lower 48 states from the Endangered Species Act and precludes judicial review.

The outreach that really matters to the members of congress is that done by the constituents. Consequently, it’s imperative that you reach out to your state representatives and let them know you value wolves and want them to remain under ESA protections.


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