STOP December Coyote Killing Contest by Gunhawk Firearms
  • Petitioned Mark Chavez

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Owner of Gunhawk Firearms
Mark Chavez
Mayor and Council Members
Los Lunas, NM, Village Mayor Robert Vialpando and Council Members
New Mexico Governor
New Mexico State Senate
New Mexico State House
U.S. Senate
U.S. House of Representatives
New Mexico
Gov. Susana Martinez
New Mexico-01
Rep. Michelle Lujan Grisham
New Mexico
Sen. Tom Udall
New Mexico-03
Rep. Ben Lujan
New Mexico
Sen. Martin Heinrich

STOP December Coyote Killing Contest by Gunhawk Firearms

    1. Carrie Burton
    2. Petition by

      Carrie Burton

      Santa Fe, NM

Coyotes form strong family bonds. Males and females work together to raise their young and, later, when the pups are old enough, the families hunt and defend together. While coyotes can be a threat to livestock, it has been determined that the best deterrent is a fence. Not the needless slaughter which Chavez promotes with his "killing contests" which are done for his profit and the cruel sport of others. Please stop this needless and cruel slaughter now.

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    • Makinado Dimas ALTEROSA, BRAZIL
      • 5 months ago

      Respeito e ética

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    • ellen wolf RHEDA-WIEDENBRüCK, GERMANY
      • 7 months ago

      because i love dogs

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    • Lasantha Senavirathna DERANIYAGALA, SRI LANKA
      • 7 months ago

      I never accept animal harassment because of they also live being

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    • zoi lightfoot LONDON/UK, UNITED KINGDOM
      • 7 months ago

      A 'killing contest??????' are these hicks for real.Time for them to grow up and join the human race.Killing is not sport/fun or a competition!

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    • nanette miles MURPHY, NC
      • 7 months ago

      killing coyotes is inhumane and destroys are environment.

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