Ask USFWS and the Department of Interior To Give Panthers Room To Roam!
  • Petitioned Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell

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Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell
United States Fish and Wildlife Service Director Daniel Ashe

Ask USFWS and the Department of Interior To Give Panthers Room To Roam!

    1. Sponsored by

      Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund

Florida panthers once prowled and flourished in America’s southeastern woodlands and swamps, but today fewer than 160 of these majestic cats remain in a tiny remnant of their historic range. And that habitat is shrinking every day – gobbled up by subdivisions and commercial development.

We’re in a race against time. As panther habitat becomes more and more fragmented, it will be increasingly difficult for these creatures to stay out of harm’s way.

Please ask Secretary Jewell and Director Ashe to make protecting and recovering critically endangered Florida panthers a top priority!

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    • Carolina Furtado COIMBRA, PORTUGAL
      • 8 months ago

      Help the panthers

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    • Kaylynn Wilson VANCOUVER, WA
      • 9 months ago

      It is high time our government stop acting like glorified gang bangers and pay attention to what is going on in this messed up society. Stop the BS to our beautiful wildlife!!!

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    • julie blackwood CARLISLE, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 9 months ago

      UK has already no wolves , bears in wild. USA so lucky, panthers may not be, stop destroying please, stop taking over everything greedy humans !

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    • phyllis cordero ALOHA, OR
      • 10 months ago

      If we don't protect panthers ,there will not be any left

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    • Charlotte Gordon ISLAND LAKE, IL
      • 10 months ago

      These wonderful felines are an integral part of our ecology and world. We need them in our world!

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