wolves in alaska

By a largely party-line vote Tuesday, the Senate approved a bill that repeals Obama-era hunting restrictions on national wildlife refuges in Alaska. The House already voted last month to abolish those restrictions — which were instituted by the Fish and Wildlife Service in 2016 to protect predator species from hunters — and so the bill now heads to the desk of President Trump, who is widely expected to sign it.

The FWS rule facing repeal explicitly prohibited many kinds of “predator control” on the 16 federally owned refuges in Alaska. That prohibition included a ban on the aerial hunting, live trapping or baiting of predators such as bears and wolves — as well as on killing those predators while near their dens or their cubs.

Congress Rolls Back Obama-Era Rule On Hunting Bears And Wolves In Alaska

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This makes me physically ill. What is happening? Republicans didn’t succeed in putting to vote a bill that makes it legal to kill poor people, so congress went after defenseless animals. Open season on HIBERNATING animals. Sleeping fucking animals. Who wants to start a defense fund for an animal security force that waits, ARMED, outside dens and evens the playing field? We have a right to bear arms, it’s only fair…. LET’S ARM THE BEARS!! #armbears

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URGENT!! BREAKING. Congress/Ming The Mandarin, just approved killing of hibernating bears in the winter and wolves in protected zones in Alaska.!! If you live in the USA or even outside the US, call up your senators/parliament and email/call The White House directly and oppose J Res 18.
Please do it NOW! !! And Please REPOST!
THIS is what they voted for!?

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Petition: Save the Alexander Archipelago wolf

The Alexander Archipelago wolf is in danger of being hunted out of existence.  Their population has plummeted from 221 to as low as 60. The state of Alaska has announced that it will be allowing the hunt of 9 Alexander Archipelago wolves this year.

Demand that the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) protect the Alexander Archipelago wolf with an emergency Endangered Species listing - sign the petition here