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Help Stop the Wolf Slaughter

Last Thursday, Yellowstone National Park lost an iconic wolf, the female alpha of her pack and a loving mother. She was shot and killed by a hunter during a brief excursion out of the park.

How did this happen? Earlier this year, Wyoming's wolves lost their Endangered Species Act protection, and Wyoming announced that it would allow wolf hunting near Yellowstone for the first time.

But we're going to keep fighting for wolves, and we need your help. Join us in protecting wildlife by donating to the Sierra Club today!


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