Lawsuit Fights Wildlife Slaughter in Wyoming
In Wyoming alone the USDA's Wildlife Services program killed more than 5,000 coyotes and 52 wolves in 2017 — and thousands of other native animals. Bear, foxes, bobcats, beavers ... the nationwide death toll was 1.3 million.
On Tuesday the Center for Biological Diversity sued Wildlife Services in Wyoming for its outdated, barbaric extermination plan. The program relies on trapping, killing and poisoning over nonlethal methods that have been shown to work.
"Wildlife Services' cruel killing practices are ineffective, environmentally harmful and totally out of touch with science," said the Center's Collette Adkins. "America's wildlife deserve better."
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