Wolves are an endangered species, and are in serious threat of extinction.
Despite this, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) may take away the national protection wolves currently have, and instead let each state decide how to manage wolf populations on its own.
Over-hunting has led wolves to be an endangered species, and the population in the U.S. has still not recovered. In the Rocky Mountains, and around the Great Lakes, wolves are still being cruelly hunted, trapped, and poisoned.
Wolves need to be left alone, so their population can naturally increase once again, and bring them away from extinction. However, if FWS goes ahead with their plans of delisting wolves, it will seriously threaten wolves’ existence.
Not to mention, it will be a complete and utter failure of ordering and executing the Endangered Species Act.
Please sign this petition to urge U.S. officials to keep wolves protected from cruelty and over-hunting.
Gray wolves are in serious threat of extinction, and taking them off the Endangered Species List would be a serious mistake. They need continuous protection from over-hunting, in order for populations to grow. Delisting gray wolves would exasperate the problem, and lead to mass slaughters across the U.S. This would not only seriously harm wolf populations, but also negatively impact ecosystems. Delisting wolves will be an utter failure of administering and executing the Endangered Species Act.