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Action Alerts: Keep Endangered Species Protections for Wolves

Easy Action Items -  Your Turn To Be Heard  (05/18/13)

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is expected to announce its plans to remove federal protections for wolves across nearly the entire lower 48 states sometime soon.

Below are some Action Alerts that make it easy for you to speak your mind.


Defenders of Wildlife
Tell Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell: Stop a Delisting Catastrophe
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to remove all endangered species act (ESA) protections for most of the gray wolves across the United States. This would be a conservation nightmare.


EarthJustice
Wolves In The Lower-48 States Need Your Help
Help ensure continued protections for wolves across the lower-48 states! You can make a difference by writing to Obama administration officials to urge them not to drop federal protections for wolves across much of the United States.


In Defense of Animals
Wolves Need ESA Protection - Don't Abandon This Safety Net Now!
Please call U.S. Department of the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell today at 202-208-7351. Keep your comments short and polite, but insist that she not remove wolves from the list of animals to be protected under the Endangered Species Act.


Lobos of the Southwest
Fish and Wildlife Service Wants to Remove Wolves’ Endangered Species Act Protections Nation-Wide
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is moving forward with a draft plan for delisting wolves across most of the United States.


Muttlee Crew
Stop the Wolf Slaughter
YouTuber, MuttleeCrew, posted a nice short video that gives some history of wolves and the Endangered Species List and then information on contacting Secretary of the Interior, Sally Jewell.


WildEarth Guardians
Say "No" to More Wolf Killing Fields
In the next few months, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will propose to remove protections for gray wolves nationwide—even in places that are critical to their long-term survival, such as Colorado, California, New Mexico, and Utah.


Thank you for taking action today for wolves!
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