Stop the extermination of wolves in Norway, NOW !

It is today registered about 33 wolves in Norway and the wolf is now near exterminated from the Norwegian fauna.
Despite this, the Norwegian authorities given permission for hunting of six wolves in Norway during the period 1 October 2011 to 31 March 2012. The hunt is a consequence of the sheep farmers lack of ability to set up predator secure fences or in any other way look after their animals in the grazing season. Sheep and lambs are set out in the woods, left to themselves.
We want a healthy and longlasting wolf tribe in Norway, without inbreeding .. In order to achieve that should the population of wolves increased to at least 200 individuals. We therefore ask that the Norwegian government immediately stop the hunt for the wolf and rather impose farmers to look after their animals !
We the undersigned:
It is today registered about 33 wolves in Norway and the wolf is now near exterminated from the Norwegian fauna. Despite this, the Norwegian authorities given permission for hunting of six wolves in Norway during the period 1 October 2011 to 31 March 2012. The hunt is a consequence of the sheep farmers lack of ability to set up predator secure fences or in any other way look after their animals in the grazing season. Sheep and lambs are set out in the woods, left to themselves.
We want a healthy and longlasting wolf tribe in Norway, without inbreeding .. In order to achieve that should the population of wolves increased to at least 200 individuals. We therefore ask that the Norwegian government immediately stop the hunt for the wolf and rather impose farmers to look after their animals !
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