Stop the Hunt: End Trophy Killings
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Trump's putting bears, wolves and elephants in the crosshairs of trophy hunters.
Yellowstone's grizzlies had been safe from trophy hunters for the past 40 years. But last summer Trump stripped them of their Endangered Species Act protection. Now state officials in Wyoming are dead set on letting trophy hunters gun down 24 grizzlies that wander out of the national park. More than half of them could be females, including those pregnant with cubs.
No wild creature should ever be caught in the crosshairs of an AR-15. It's all part of a trigger-happy culture that fetishizes the thrill-killing of endangered wildlife.
It has to end.
One of Trump's first acts as president was allowing trophy hunters in Alaska’s national wildlife refuges to slaughter wolves and their pups where they slept, and to bait bears out into the open so they could shoot them from airplanes. Trump has also refused a full-on ban of elephant trophy imports — a step that's vital to ending the savage killing that's put elephants on the path toward extinction.
The Center for Biological Diversity is fighting the cruel laws that allow this kind of brutality — and we're challenging the sick mentality glorified by Trump's administration and anti-wildlife agencies.
We simply can't allow grizzlies, wolves, elephants and other wild animals to be thrill-killed into extinction. Wildlife belongs in the wild, not hanging over a fireplace or on a living-room floor.
Join our resistance — sign our petition to stop the slaughter of wildlife being hunted for their heads and skins.
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