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On August 10, 2018 more than 200 folks around the country committed to head into their Senator's office at 3:00 pm to speak out for Endangered Species and the very Act that protects them.
In response to today's release by Secretary Ryan Zinke's Department of Interior regarding draft regulations to weaken protections for America's most at-risk fish, plants and wildlife, Friends of the Wisconsin Wolf & Wildlife has put out a statement opposing this outrageous move.
The US Fish & Wildlife Service is once again taking steps to remove the gray wolf from the endangered species list. The move comes after a federal appeals court retained federal protections for the species last year.
This Farm Bill is set to threaten 58.5 million acres of protected forest land and eliminate regulations that protect endangered species from harmful chemicals. Please urge your Representative to oppose this bill before it's too late.
Please contact Paul Ryan immediately and ask him to oppose ANY and ALL anti-wildlife riders in appropriations legislation: 855-742-9576
It is do or die time for Great Lakes wolves and the legal framework that protects them as we know it. Congress is considering multiple bills and amendments to legislation "riders" that would have devastating effects on wolves and the future of the Endangered Species Act itself. WE MUST ACT NOW...
Nowhere in the Public Hearing was there mention of the critically important role the wolf plays in keeping our deer herd healthy.
Yesterday, Wisconsin State Representatives circulated a bill which would make it illegal for law enforcement to enforce state or federal law relating to management of wolves in Wisconsin.
A number of environmental groups, including the Endangered Species Coalition, want to keep hunters who use packs of dogs out of public lands in Wisconsin, including the state's national forests.