We're Urging the Feds to Save Wolves. You Can Help.

Wolves in the northern Rocky Mountains have never been more at risk.
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Gray wolf

Hi Everyaction,

An unimaginable wolf slaughter is set to begin in just days.

To stop it, we're pressing the Biden administration to immediately restore Endangered Species Act protection to gray wolves in Idaho and the rest of the northern Rockies.

Please help us save wildlife with a gift to the Predator Defense Fund.

Idaho's expanded wolf hunt begins July 1. Up to 90% of the state's wolf population could be taken out, with the state paying private contractors to do its dirty work.

We've already filed an emergency petition with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to stop this illegal mismanagement of wolves.

Then last week, we urged Interior Secretary Haaland and the Service's Principal Deputy Director Williams to protect these wolves.

We're in court to save wolves across the lower 48 — and we're mobilizing thousands of grassroots supporters so the voices of those who love wolves can be heard.

But it's not just wolves. Predator species play a vital role in the ecosystem, and their loss has a cascade effect on other animals. We can't end the extinction crisis without saving them.

That's why we’re fighting to keep polar bears and their cubs in the Arctic safe from the effects of drilling and oil exploration.

It's why we're working for jaguars in hopes of helping them to re-establish throughout the Southwest. And we're continuing to win for Yellowstone grizzlies, keeping their endangered species protection intact.

These creatures have a right to live free in the wild, without the constant threat of gunshots, traps and destruction.

This is a critical time to fight back against the war on wildlife. We won't quit, but we do need you with us.

Please help today with a gift to the Predator Defense Fund.

For the wild,

Kierán Suckling

Kierán Suckling
Executive Director
Center for Biological Diversity

 

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