Tuesday, August 23, 2016
Killing Wolves on Public Lands
Two adult wolves have already been shot.
Now Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife aim to kill the remaining members of the Profanity Peak wolf pack including pups of the year. Why is the state targeting to exterminate this family?
To protect cows grazing on our public lands.
The public lands of the United States harbor some of the greatest resources of our nation. Federally managed lands, like this remote, rugged, and relatively road-less area of public forest in the northeast corner of Washington state, are owned by ALL Americans.
Should we allow the killing of this nation's wildlife on OUR public lands to benefit the profit margins of a private business?
Read more: Killing wolves on public lands is no longer acceptable. By George Wuerthner via the Wildlife News.