Stop the Trophy Hunt of Alaska’s Wolves and Bears
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The Trump administration has opened the floodgates on trophy killings in Alaska.
A new plan will allow mother black bears with cubs to be gunned down, and wolves with pups to be killed where they sleep.
We can’t let Trump turn public lands like Denali National Park and Preserve into killing fields.
Trump wants to make it legal in Alaska’s national preserves to kill wolves and coyotes from May 1 through August 9, which is the season when cubs are born. He also wants to allow the killing of mom bears still caring for young cubs and even the cubs. It also allows trophy hunters to slaughter wolves in their dens.
It isn’t the first time Trump’s dealt a death blow to Alaska’s bears and wolves. One of his first acts as president was stripping protections for these creatures on Alaska’s wildlife refuges. The Center for Biological Diversity filed suit within days, and our legal battle to make Alaska’s wildlife refuges safe again for bears and wolves is far from over. Now he wants to do the same thing on national preserves, expanding the reach of trophy hunters in Alaska. We have 60 days to stop this rule from being put on the books.
This is the time to act. Alaska’s wolves and bears are counting on us.
Join our resistance — sign our petition to stop the slaughter of Alaska wildlife being hunted for their heads and skins.
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