Biden Condemns Wolves to Die

The administration is siding with Trump on the removal of gray wolves’ federal protection.
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Hi Everyaction,

Biden could save wolves and end state-sponsored wolf hunts if he wanted to.

Instead, his administration has decided to toe the same line as Trump — that wolves don't need Endangered Species Act protection.

It's infuriating — but our fight for the wolves goes on. Please help with a gift to the Wolf Defense Fund.

After Trump took away federal protection from gray wolves across the lower 48, we knew what to expect: States like Wisconsin would hold their first wolf hunts in years.

Meanwhile, states like Idaho and Montana have escalated their war on wolves by extending trapping seasons and allowing the use of cowardly tactics like chasing the animals down in ATVs.

Which is why we're in court to get federal protection for gray wolves restored.

But now, instead of saving wolves, the Biden administration is defending Trump's decision to take away wolves' protection under the Act — rubber-stamping a policy that's not based on science and threatens to wipe out decades of recovery.

At least 20% of Wisconsin's wolves were killed in just three days in February. Without their protection restored, more bloodletting hunts will occur — including one planned for this fall.

Up to 300 wolves will be hunted down, many by hounds wearing GPS devices.

States shouldn't be approving cruel, inhumane wolf hunts — and the federal government should step in immediately to put an end to it.

If it won't, we'll continue our fights for wolves in the courts and in Congress.

And we'll go state by state to keep wolves safe from those who would gun them down for sport. Wolves are beloved icons of the American wild, and we'll never abandon them.

Please help us fight for wolves with a gift to the Wolf Defense Fund.

For the wild,

Kierán Suckling

Kierán Suckling
Executive Director
Center for Biological Diversity


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