An independent panel of scientists has unanimously agreed with what we, and supporters like you, have long argued that the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service did not use "best available science" in its proposal to strip wolves of their federal protections. Submit your comment now to demand that federal officials drop this flawed wolf delisting proposal.
The findings by this panel of scientists, a group convened at the government’s request, matter because the Endangered Species Act requires that decisions about federal protections for species be based on the “best available science.”
Wolves in states where federal protections have already been removed now face hunting, trapping, poisoning, and more. Approximately 1,700 wolves have been killed just in Idaho, Montana, and Wyoming since 2011. Will you lend gray wolves your voice to prevent more wolves from facing this same fate?
The Fish and Wildlife Service should withdraw its delisting proposal for gray wolves in light of the independent scientists’ findings. If we don’t convince federal officials to reverse course and use the best available science, the slaughter of wolves will spread to more states.
Tell the Fish and Wildlife Service to put science first and abandon its plans to delist gray wolves: send your comment in today!
Important Note on Privacy:
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