Yellow Stone has allowed the killing of their wolves to begin.
Yellowstone National Park’s famous Cottonwood pack. The pack’s adults were all apparently gunned down.
what will happen to the orphaned pups? Without family most likely the abandoned pups will starve to death.
Restoring protection for northern Rockies wolves is critical for the balance of nature in Yellow Stone.
Already, more than 60 wolves have been killed in Idaho and Montana. And hundreds more wolves will be targeted in the coming weeks.
In fact, Idaho’s hunting season in some critical areas extends into the crucial denning season for wolves, which could put denning wolf mothers and their newborn pups at grave risk.
Please help stop the senseless wolf killing in Greater Yellowstone and the northern Rockies.
It is too late for at least 60 wolves like the one in the picture at the left.
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Excerpts courtesy of Secure.defenders.org/site/Donation
Image 1. courtesy of Nature’s Crusaders library