Obama Helps Greater Yellowstone Wolves Dodge Bullet

Save America's Wolves

A Lasting Future?

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President Obama has suspended the Bush Administration’s deadly plan for wolves in Greater Yellowstone and the rest of the Northern Rockies, but the future of these animals is far from certain.

BLM)

Urge President Obama and Dale Hall, head of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, to permanently abandon Bush’s deadly plan for Greater Yellowstone wolves and adopt a more responsible and inclusive wolf strategy.

Dear Shannah

,
President Barack Obama has suspended the eleventh-hour attempt by Bush Administration officials to eliminate vital protections for hundreds of wolves in Greater Yellowstone and the rest of the Northern Rockies.

These beloved wolves have literally dodged a bullet. Under the Bush plan, nearly 1,000 of these magnificent animals could have been slaughtered.
But Greater Yellowstone’s wolves aren’t out of the woods yet. Officials in Idaho and Wyoming have already signaled their intent to pursue delisting under their existing management plans — the same plans that would allow widespread killing of the region’s still-recovering wolf population.

Take action now! Urge President Obama and Dale Hall, head of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, to permanently reject the Bush wolf plan and adopt a more responsible, long-term approach to wolf management in the Northern Rockies.

 

A successful wolf management plan would ensure a lasting future for these amazing animals with the most current science on wolf recovery and collaborative input from conservationists, ranchers and others concerned with the future of wolves in Greater Yellowstone and the Northern Rockies.

The Obama Administration can get wolf management right, but they need to hear from you. Please take action now…

Best Regards,
 

 

Rodger Schlickeisen, President
Rodger Schlickeisen, President Signature
Rodger Schlickeisen
President, Defenders of Wildlife
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