Members of Congress are working on legislation to remove existing Endangered Species Act protections for wolves in four states.
Thanks to these federal protections, wolf populations have increased in the northern Rockies and the Midwest. Unfortunately, wolves are still missing from the vast majority of their former range due to centuries of ruthless hunting, trapping and poisoning.
Now, the House and Senate may consider legislation to strip wolves of their federal protections in Michigan, Minnesota, Wisconsin and Wyoming. If anti-wolf legislators get their way, the result will be more state-led killing of wolves and a blow to the Endangered Species Act.
Tell your senators and representative to oppose any anti-wolf legislation introduced in Congress.
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