Trentino's Bears are Dying Unnecessary Deaths

  • by: Care2 Team
  • recipient: President of Trentino, Maurizio Fugatti, and Provincial Authorities

In the serene landscapes of Trentino, Italy, a tragic tale unfolded that has ignited a fierce debate on wildlife management and human-bear coexistence. M90, a brown bear marked as a "danger to public security," met a grim fate at the hands of forestry police, following a directive that has sparked widespread condemnation from animal rights activists and environmentalists.

We call on the president of Trentino, Maurizio Fugatti, and provincial authorities to halt the brutal culling of bears and seek humane, non-lethal methods to manage wildlife encounters, ensuring the safety of both the public and these majestic creatures.

M90's story is heart-wrenching – a bear, simply "excessively confident" by nature, tragically labeled as a threat for its presence near human habitats and subsequently killed. This decision, made hastily and without exploring alternative, non-lethal solutions, reflects a broader, distressing pattern in Trentino's approach to wildlife management.

The death of M90 is not an isolated incident but part of an ongoing conflict that challenges our capacity for empathy and innovation in resolving human-wildlife conflicts. The bear population in Trentino, painstakingly rebuilt from near extinction, now faces a grim future under policies that favor culling over conservation.

Sign this petition to urge Trentino's leaders to prioritize compassion and coexistence over cruelty and extermination.

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