“Saving the grizzlies’ home in Castle Canada”

Save the grizzlies of Castle Canada

The CASTLE grizzly bears are under assault if the plan to begin roading and logging the heart of the Castle’s wild grizzly habitat this June.
Atop the Crown of the Continent ecosystem in the  northern section of Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park, towers the Castle wilderness, the heartland of the grizzly bear habitat in Alberta, Canada. The Castle needs to be protected as a Wildland Park.

Time is running out. Alberta’s legislature closes shop on March 14, by which time the Castle’s fate may be sealed.

The Castle was once part of the Waterton Lakes National Park, which adjoins Montana’s scenic Glacier Park. But years ago the Castle’s protections were removed, and now it is threatened by ski resorts, oil and gas developments and all-terrain vehicles. It has become a population sink for bears, the place grizzlies go to die.
Save the grizzlies of Castle Canada
Time is running out, you voice and all other animal lover’s voices are needed to tell the Alberta legislature before it closes this session on March 14, to protect the grizzly’s of Castle  by declaring their ancient homeland a Wildland Park.

Urge Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach to stop the logging of this prime grizzly bear habitat, and to renew the Castle’s protections as a Wildland Provincial Park.

Save the grizzlies of Castle Canada

 

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