Stop Leopard Trophy Imports

If we don't act now, Africa's leopards could be gone from the wild in our lifetimes.
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U.S. trophy hunters bring home more than half of all leopard trophies worldwide — an average of nearly 300 leopards shot in cold blood every year. If we don't act now, Africa's leopards could be gone from the wild in our lifetime.

Please sign our petition to stop leopard trophy imports.

Scientists fear leopard populations in Africa are plummeting.

The animals are losing their habitat and prey, dying in conflicts with humans, and being poached for their coveted fur and gunned down by trophy hunters.

That's why the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service must stop letting trophy hunters bring leopard trophies into the country unless, and until, the Service knows how dire the leopard's decline is.

Without more information on these animals' plight, the agency simply can't permit leopards killed for fun by U.S. hunters to cross our borders.

African leopards need to be listed as endangered under the Endangered Species Act — both to restrict the import of trophies and to bring them much-needed funding and protection.

Sign our petition to stop the import of African leopards killed by U.S. trophy hunters.

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