Victory: Washington's Wolves Get Reprieve From Killing
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee has directed his state's fish and wildlife agency to dramatically rein in its wolf killing. In a letter sent Monday, he told the agency to find nonlethal solutions for conflicts between livestock and wolves.
This move toward real reform comes in a year when Washington's wildlife agency has killed more wolves than ever.
It also comes after years of sustained, intense pressure by the Center, partner groups and supporters like you. Thank you for speaking up for wolves by sending letters, signing petitions, making calls, demonstrating, and donating to our lawsuits on behalf of Washington's wolves. You did it.
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