A sleeping bear cub shouldn’t be shot for sport. Neither should a wolf pup in its den with its mother. But if the Trump administration gets its way, these vulnerable predators could be killed in Alaska’s national preserves with impunity.
Federal law currently bans these cruel hunting practices, but guided by the Trump administration’s crusade to expand sport hunting on public lands, the National Park Service is considering lifting protections against killing vulnerable predators.
Speak up for these crucial protections. Tell Secretary Zinke that these extreme hunting practices are unacceptable on protected federal lands.