Take Action: Help Protect Wolves For Future Generations
In 2012, one in four Minnesota wolves was knowingly killed by hunting, trapping, and depredation measures. Minnesota law was supposed to protect wolves for five years from a recreational hunting season after wolves were removed from the Endangered Species list.
A recreational hunt does not serve the citizens of Minnesota and we need to take action to protect our wolves for future generations. We must motivate our lawmakers to act now to reinstate the five-year wait on wolf hunting and end the brutal practices of baiting, trapping, and snaring.
Need some inspiration? Listen to gray wolves howling (audio clip will open in new window).
Help protect Minnesota's Gray Wolves for future generations:
2) Listen to our new radio ad to raise awareness about the cruel methods used to hunt wolves and consider a donation to help us spread the message.
4) Find out who represents you, then ask your state Senator and Representative to support the current legislation (S.F. 666, H.F. 1163) to reinstate the five-year wolf hunting moratorium and act now to end the barbaric practices of snaring and trapping. Let them know you are a constituent.
5) Contact Governor Mark Dayton and let him know you support the reinstatement of a five-year waiting period on wolf hunting and that you
strongly oppose the cruel methods used for hunting wolves including baiting, trapping, snaring, and predator calls. Email the Governor right now
or call 800-657-3717.
6) Send a letter to the editor of your local paper supporting current legislation (S.F. 666, H.F. 1163) to reinstate the five-year wait and to oppose
the cruel methods used for hunting wolves including baiting, trapping, snaring, and predator calls. Click here for list of MN papers.
7) Learn about the crucial role wolves play in maintaining biodiversity and habitat in our north woods, click to watch the film "Lords of Nature" (60 mins).
8) Make a donation to support our ongoing efforts to stop recreational wolf hunting, trapping and snaring in Minnesota.
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