Yellowstone's Grizzlies Should Be Protected, Not Shot

Take action to halt this terrible plan from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Yellowstone grizzly bear
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The Trump administration wants to let 72 Yellowstone grizzlies be killed in Wyoming's Bridger-Teton National Forest — just so livestock can graze on public lands.

Female grizzlies with cubs have been documented occupying the areas where bears will be targeted. It's cruel, and it's also illegal.

We've launched a suit to stop this — and there's something you can do too.

Tell the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service you oppose its plan to let grizzlies be killed.

We've won fights like this before. When the administration tried to take away Yellowstone grizzlies' endangered species protection, we went to court and got it restored.

The Service should be working toward protecting threatened wild animals, not making it easier for industry to cut them down. Giving the go-ahead to kill wildlife as a favor to industry is exactly the kind of thinking that's fueled the extinction emergency.

Act now to demand that the Service drop this plan to sacrifice Yellowstone's grizzly bears just so cattle can graze on public land.

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