Tell Gov. Inslee: Rules Needed to Stop Wolf Slaughter

Speak out against the ongoing killing of Washington's wolves.
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The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife continues to kill endangered wolves for the for-profit livestock industry. Since 2012 the department has killed 31 wolves — the vast majority on public lands and on behalf of the same livestock operation, which refuses to adequately watch over its cattle. In fact the department has pending kill orders on two different packs at this very moment, and one of them is, once again, due to conflicts with this same operation.

That's why we're asking Gov. Inslee to require the state's Fish and Wildlife Commission to adopt enforceable, science-based management rules. The rules would require livestock operators to use preventative measures to deter conflicts and take additional steps if problems do occur.

Killing of wolves should be a measure of last resort, and wolves should never be killed over conflicts on our public lands. It's time to step up and stop the current cycle of agency wolf-killing.

Please tell Gov. Inslee to require the commission to undergo rulemaking on wolf management — and personalize your message for even greater impact.

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