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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Sam 20 Avr - 8:02

ENDANGERED SPECIES SPOTLIGHT: Red Wolf
Published June 2, 2012 | By Bret and Mary




SPECIES: Red Wolf (Canis rufus)

CURRENT RANGE: Northeastern North Carolina

CURRENT THREATS: Hybridization with coyotes, habitat loss, road accidents and human conflict

CONSERVATION STATUS: Critically Endangered

WHERE YOU CAN SEE THEM: Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge, Western North Carolina Nature Center, Texas Zoo, Lincoln Park Zoological Gardens



WHAT IS IT? One of the most endangered canids in the world, the Red Wolf is found in the wild only in the national wildlife refuges and adjacent private property of a 1.7 million acre restoration area in northeastern North Carolina. Smaller than a grey wolf but larger than a coyote, the red wolf weighs 50-80 pounds and measures 4 to 5 feet from the tip of the nose to the base of the tail. With long legs, their height at the shoulder is about 26 inches. Their color varies from dark grey to grey mixed with beige, cinnamon and black, often with red coloration on their long ears, neck and the back of their legs. They live in packs, consisting of a breeding pair and their offspring. In April or May, 3 to 5 red wolf pups are born. They hunt alone or in pairs and feed on a variety of prey such as white-tailed deer, raccoons, marsh rabbits, nutria and small rodents. Their lifespan can be up to 15 years in captivity, but in the wild it is rarely longer than 6-7 years.



WHY ARE THEY ENDANGERED? The Red Wolf was once common in the eastern and south-central United States. Due to an intensive predator control program and the decimation of wolf habitat, the population was almost wiped out by the beginning of the 20th century. Currently the only wild population lives in a small area in North Carolina. Because of this isolation, they’re very vulnerable to diseases like mange, heartworm and hookworm. Hybridization with coyotes is currently their biggest threat, as the Southeastern U.S. coyote population is expanding rapidly. The problem is being addressed by aggressive coyote control operations. Sadly, this is a double-edge sword for Red Wolf restoration. As recent as May 2012, the NC Wildlife Resources Commission started implementing a rule that would allow the hunting of coyote and feral swine (both non-native to North Carolina) at night. The rule still has to go to Legislature for approval but, if it passes, it would be a huge setback for Red Wolves, which are often mistaken for coyotes and shot. Nighttime hunting would likely only increase their mortality rate.







WHAT’S BEING DONE TO SAVE THEM: The restoration of the Red Wolf is an amazing wildlife conservation success story. The species was declared extinct in the wild in 1980, when the last 14 purebred Red Wolves were trapped and moved from the swamps of Louisiana to a breeding facility. These individuals were used to inject the existing captive population with new genes in an attempt to save the species from extinction. The wolves were then bred in captivity, and eventually their numbers were high enough to begin a reintroduction program. In 1987, the Red Wolf Recovery Program was initiated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to introduce a wild population in the Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge. Today, approximately 130 Red Wolves live in the wild, and about 200 are housed in captive breeding facilities across the U.S. A Red Wolf Information Center is currently being built to promote education and awareness of Red Wolves. –Cristina Brindley; photos by Hal Brindley

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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Sam 20 Avr - 8:19



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fact about REAL WOLVES

Wolves are pack animals. A pack may have up to twenty members, though six to eight is the average. All packs have a very strict hierarchy of ranks and roles.



At the top of the pack are the ‘alpha male’ and ‘alpha female’. This top pair resolves disputes inside the pack and decides the distribution of food. Usually, the alpha female produces the pack’s only litter of cubs (4 to 6 of them), because there isn’t enough food to support litters from all the females. Every wolf in the pack contributes to the upbringing of the cubs.

Second in command after the alpha pair are the ‘beta male’ and the ‘beta female’, who play an especially large part in bringing up the cubs. The beta wolves are also the ones most likely to challenge and fight the alphas for top position. Fighting is mostly by bluff and show of aggression—personality counts for more than simple physical strength. The loser in a challenge is often driven away from the pack.

At the bottom of the hierarchy is the ‘omega wolf’, dominated and pushed around by all the others. The only consolation for the omega wolf is that s/he is typically the jester of the pack, the one who starts up play and chasing games.

Dominant wolves often rub their bodies against subordinate wolves to ‘mark’ them with their scent. Like dogs, wolves use urine to mark out their territory, where no outsider wolf is permitted to pass.



Wolves communicate with body language. Unlike dogs, they rarely bark, and only softly. They howl in chorus, particularly at twilight, and particularly before setting out to hunt or after returning.

Wolves are the ancestors of all our domestic dogs. They are bigger than all but the very biggest breeds of dog, and have 20% larger brains. They can trot for many miles, or reach up to 65 kph in a short burst. At speed, they can spring 5 metres in a single bound.

In colour, they shade from grey to grey-brown to white. White wolves generally live in lands of permanent snow. Their outer coat is made of tough hairs that guard a softer, thicker undercoat. This undercoat is water-resistant and insulates against the cold. A partial webbing between the toes of their paws helps them travel easily over snow.



When they attack as a pack, they harry their victim from all sides. They can bring down large animals, like deer and moose, but their success rate is only about one in five. A healthy, fully-grown deer or moose can usually keep them at bay. They don’t get to eat every day, but when they do, they can consume up to 10 kilograms of meat at a time.

Wolves have always had a bad rap – perhaps especially from shepherds, trying to guard their flocks of sheep and lambs. They caused much fear in medieval Europe, and menacing wolves feature in several folk tales (such as ‘Red Riding Hood’) and myths (for example, the giant wolf in Norse mythology, Fenrir, who will one day bring about the end of the world). On the other hand, there’s a friendly, helpful, magical wolf in a famous Russian folktale, ‘The Firebird’.

In fact, wolves almost never attack adult humans, though they will carry off unprotected infants and small children. On the Eastern Front in World War I, great numbers of starving wolves attacked both sides, and the German and Russian armies had to make a truce in order to fight them off. But that’s an exceptional case, and the wolves must have been desperate with hunger to behave so out-of-character.
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Mer 24 Avr - 13:36

april 2 2013

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Join The Great American Meat-Out for Wolves !
Posted to GOOD WOLF by Linda CamacApr 18Invite Friends
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I pledge to participate in NOT purchasing any meat products in the month of August, 2013!
Take the Pledge

What would happen if a million consumers--- maybe 2 million consumers, didn't buy any beef, pork, veal, bacon, or mutton (no meat) for the entire month of August, 2013? Would the ranchers feel our power as consumers? Would the ranchers finally pay attention to our outrage about the continued exaggerations regarding wolf depredation on livestock (when in reality wolves are only responsible for LESS than 1% of livestock losses per year)? Would ranchers then pay attention to our outrage about them grazing their 'cash cows' on our public lands---wolf territory!? Grazing on public lands ruins the environment of those lands and tempts wolves with literal 'room service' as cows are dumped off into these areas to graze---most times unguarded. What if the national press picked up our protest and boycott --- wouldn't it be an opportunity to gather publicity for the plight of the wolves and all they are enduring? Join in for The Great American Meat-out for Wolves --- link -https://www.facebook.com/events/496713390377593/?notif_t=plan_user_joined

Take the challenge & invite ALL of your friends! Many howls!

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Posted by Linda Camac (Campaign Leader) on Apr 23
Ranchers could be using non-lethal methods to protect herds from wolves AND bears, cougars, coyotes.......why don't they? Example: These Anatolian guard dogs have been used with absolute success for over 6,000 years --- -- why aren't ranchers willing to make the investment? Click on the link below to read about these amazing guard dogs......



http://www.ehow.com/about_5089693_anatolian-shepherd-information.html



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Posted by Linda Camac (Campaign Leader) on Apr 22
During the entire month of August, we will highlight one meatless meal a day (recipe) Also in August, please feel free to post your most delicious meatless find! Smile





Great job in sharing this campaign for a meatless August in protest of the arrogant ranchers who, unjustly, make the wolf "enemy number one".

Update #1
Posted by Linda Camac (Campaign Leader) on Apr 18
PLEASE SHARE WITH ALL OF YOUR FRIENDS --- WE NEED BIG NUMBERS TO MAKE AN IMPACT !! ALSO PLEASE GO TO THE 'EVENT PAGE' (link below) AND JOIN -- HIT PROMPT THAT SAYS 'ATTENDING' SO THAT WE CAN GET A TRUE COUNT OF PARTICIPANTS. THANK YOU --- MANY HOWLS!!

-https://www.facebook.com/events/496713390377593/?notif_t=plan_user_joined
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Ven 26 Avr - 12:00

april 25 2013

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One decision could forever change the future of gray wolves in our country. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is proposing to remove all Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections for most of the gray wolves across the United States. Yes, you read that correctly. The FWS is moving forward with a proposal to strip nearly all gray wolves throughout the United States — with the exception of the Mexican gray wolf — of Endangered Species Act protections.Please send an urgent message to Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell — demand that the federal government not turn its back on wolves when there is still more important wolf recovery work that needs to be done.This proposal reflects an unacceptable and short-sighted vision of our nation's conservation goals, and would give up on wolf recovery well before the job is done; a true conservation tragedy!

Delisting would prematurely turn wolf management over to the states, and we've already seen what can happen when rabid anti-wolf politics are allowed to trump science and core wildlife management principals.Montana, Wyoming and Idaho — all states where wolves have been delisted — are not treating wolves like other wildlife such as elk and bears. Instead they're driving the wolves' population numbers back down to the bottom. More than 1,100 wolves have already been killed in the Northern Rockies since Congress took ESA protections away from them in 2011.Wolves' lives are at stake. Please help send 250,000 signatures to the Department of Interior starting today. This decision would derail wolf recovery efforts in areas around the country where it has barely begun — in places like the Pacific Northwest and in states that possess some of the nation's best unoccupied wolf habitat, such as Colorado, Utah and northern California. This proposal represents yet another monumental setback for wolf recovery in the U.S. Tell Secretary Jewell: The important work of wolf recovery is NOT FINISHED — don't turn back the clock on almost 40 years of wolf conservation.

Over the coming weeks, we're pulling out all the stops to urge the Department of the Interior to step up to its responsibilities under the Endangered Species Act and follow through on our nation’s commitment to restore imperiled wolves. It's up to you and me to ensure that our children's children will have the chance to cherish these magnificent creatures like we do today. Thank you for speaking out for wildlife P.S. Wolves are counting on you to stand between them and the people that would have their federal protection eliminated, seriously undermining their recovery in suitable habitat. Ask Secretary Jewell to save America's wolves today, before it's too late.
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Ven 26 Avr - 12:01

APRIL 25 2013

Tell Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell: Stop a Delisting Catastrophe

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to remove all endangered species act (ESA) protections for most of the gray wolves across the United States. This would be a conservation nightmare.

Delisting would prematurely turn wolf management over to the states, and we’ve already seen what can happen when rabid anti-wolf politics are allowed to trump science and core wildlife management principles.

More than 1,100 wolves have already been killed in the Northern Rockies since Congress took ESA protections away from them in 2011.

Please send an urgent message to Secretary of Interior Sally Jewell — demand that wolves retain the federal protection they need to ensure their recovery in the wild.

I'm writing to you today to demand that the federal government not prematurely strip Endangered Species Act protections from most gray wolves in the United States.

The restoration of wolves has been hailed as one of the biggest successes of the Endangered Species Act since it was passed in 1973. But the important work of wolf recovery is unfinished. Delisting the gray wolf will halt four decades of progress in its tracks and expose America's wolves to unwarranted and unsustainable killing.

This is precisely what has happened in Wyoming, Idaho and Montana, where the premature delisting of those states' wolf populations has led to the killing of more than 1,100 wolves. This race to the bottom in wolf management threatens to seriously undermine wolves' hard-won climb from the brink of extinction.

Delisting could also derail efforts to restore wolves to more of their historic range that has huge areas of suitable wolf habitat, including Colorado, the Pacific Northwest, Utah and California.

Wolves are an iconic, native species that play a vital role in restoring healthy ecosystems by keeping prey species in balance. Places like the Olympic peninsula and the Colorado Rockies could benefit both ecologically and economically from the return of wolves.

Delisting would close the door on an historic opportunity to revitalize some of America's best remaining wildlife habitat by bringing back these important animals.

Someday, when wolves have recovered throughout most of their historic range, and when states refrain from managing their wolf populations in a politically driven race to the bottom then perhaps delisting is an option worth debating. However, we are far from that day, and delisting now would be an avoidable conservation nightmare.

We urge you in the strongest possible terms to not turn the clock back on one of America's signature wildlife conservation success stories. The future of full wolf recovery is in your hands.
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Lun 29 Avr - 15:59

april 28 2013


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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Jeu 2 Mai - 12:56

MAY 1ST OF 2013

America's Wolves Need Your Help!

Barely back from the brink of extinction, America's wolves are under the gun.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to remove all Endangered Species Act protections for most of the gray wolves across the United States. This would be a conservation nightmare!

Over the coming weeks, we're pulling out all the stops to urge the Department of the Interior to step up to its responsibilities under the Endangered Species Act and follow through on our nation's commitment to restore imperiled wildlife.

It's up to you and me to ensure that our children's children will have the chance to cherish these magnificent creatures like we do today.

Please donate now to support our work for wolves across the U.S. — and protect the wildlife and special places you care about.

https://secure.defenders.org/site/Donation2?df_id=11160&11160.donation=form1&s_src=3WDE1307G2TX1&s_subsrc=043013_DNTFF_National_WolfDelisting_appeal_nondonors&autologin=true&JServSessionIdr004=1lg9nhcxp3.app220a

CRISIS: National Gray Wolf Emergency

You've taken the first important step by speaking out against the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's (FWS) national gray wolf delisting plan.

Are you willing to take one more step to help ensure the future and full recovery of gray wolves?

Please make an emergency donation today to support our work to protect wolves for future generations to come.

In a drastic effort to end wolf recovery before it's complete, the FWS is proposing to remove all Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections for nearly all gray wolves across the United States.

If FWS follows through on this misguided plan, it will be the greatest challenge wolves have faced in decades.

Please donate today — support our work to protect wolves and other imperiled wildlife.

This proposal reflects an unacceptable and short-sighted vision of our nation's conservation goals and would give up on gray wolf recovery well before the job is done; a true conservation tragedy!

Delisting would prematurely turn wolf management over to the states, and we've already seen what can happen when rabid anti-wolf politics are allowed to trump sound science and core wildlife management principles.

More than 1,100 wolves have already been killed in the Northern Rockies since Congress took ESA protections away from them in 2011.

This decision could cripple gray wolf recovery efforts in areas around the country where it has barely begun — in places like the Pacific Northwest and in states that possess some of the nation’s best unoccupied wolf habitat, such as Colorado, Utah and northern California.

Over the coming weeks, we're pulling out all the stops to urge the Department of the Interior to step up to its responsibilities under the Endangered Species Act and follow through on our nation's commitment to restore imperiled gray wolves.

It's up to you and me to prevent one of the greatest success stories in the history of the Endangered Species Act from turning into a tragedy with the simple stroke of a pen. We simply cannot let that happen. Please donate today.

Thank you for all you do for wildlife.

P.S. Wolves are counting on you to stand between them and the people that would let politics trump science and prematurely halt progress on gray wolf recovery. Please donate today.
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Mar 14 Mai - 13:55

MAY 13 TH 2013

URGENT: National Gray Wolf Emergency

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In a drastic effort to end wolf recovery before it's complete, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is proposing to remove all Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections for nearly all gray wolves across the United States.

Please make an emergency donation today to support our work to protect wolves for future generations to come.

If FWS follows through on this misguided plan, it will be the greatest challenge wolves have faced in decades.

Please donate today — support our work to protect wolves and other imperiled wildlife.

This proposal reflects an unacceptable and short-sighted vision of our nation's conservation goals and would give up on gray wolf recovery well before the job is done; a true conservation tragedy!

Delisting would prematurely turn wolf management over to the states, and we've already seen what can happen when rabid anti-wolf politics are allowed to trump sound science and core wildlife management principles.


More than 1,100 wolves have already been killed in the Northern Rockies since Congress took ESA protections away from them in 2011.

This decision could cripple gray wolf recovery efforts in areas around the country where it has barely begun — in places like the Pacific Northwest and in states that possess some of the nation’s best unoccupied wolf habitat, such as Colorado, Utah and northern California.

Over the coming weeks, we're pulling out all the stops to urge the Department of the Interior to step up to its responsibilities under the Endangered Species Act and follow through on our nation's commitment to restore imperiled gray wolves.

It's up to you and me to prevent one of the greatest success stories in the history of the Endangered Species Act from turning into a tragedy with the simple stroke of a pen. We simply cannot let that happen. Please donate today.

Thank you for all you do for wildlife.




America's Wolves Need Your Help!

Barely back from the brink of extinction, America's wolves are under the gun.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to remove all Endangered Species Act protections for most of the gray wolves across the United States. This would be a conservation nightmare!

Over the coming weeks, we're pulling out all the stops to urge the Department of the Interior to step up to its responsibilities under the Endangered Species Act and follow through on our nation's commitment to restore imperiled wildlife.

It's up to you and me to ensure that our children's children will have the chance to cherish these magnificent creatures like we do today.

Please donate now to support our work for wolves across the U.S. — and protect the wildlife and special places you care about.
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Jeu 30 Mai - 12:58

MAY 27 2013

The fight to prevent a massive delisting of gray wolves is reaching a critical juncture — and we need your help to turn the pressure up on the decision makers.

Please sign our urgent petition directed at Nancy Sutley, who chairs the President's Council on Environmental Quality (CEQ). Urge her to take action to continue to protect gray wolves under the Endangered Species Act.

When President Obama seeks counsel on conservation issues, Ms. Sutley is his first stop. As the president's senior-most advisor on environment and conservation, she coordinates the efforts of all federal agencies tasked with protecting our nation's air, water, lands and wildlife.

Intervention by CEQ Chair Sutley could become a turning point in the fight to oppose delisting.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is still considering stripping nearly all gray wolves throughout the United States — with the exception of the Mexican gray wolf — of Endangered Species Act (ESA) protection. More than 1,100 wolves have already been killed in the Northern Rockies since Congress took ESA protection away from them in 2011.

Please sign our urgent message and demand that the federal government not turn its back on wolves when there is still more important wolf recovery work that needs to be done.

So far more than 112,000 of our supporters have helped sign our emergency petition urging the Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to re-think the Administration's plan to delist nearly all gray wolves. Thanks to all the pressure, the government hasn't yet acted on its misguided plan.

America supports wolf recovery. With your help, the Administration will get the message!

Thank you for speaking out for wildlife.
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Jeu 30 Mai - 13:05

MAY 27 2013


Demand that wolves retain the federal protection they need to ensure their recovery in the wild.

The fight to prevent a massive delisting of gray wolves is reaching a critical juncture and we need your help to turn the pressure up on the decision makers.

Delisting would prematurely turn wolf management over to the states, and we've seen what can happen when rabid anti-wolf politics is allowed to trump science and core wildlife management principles.

We've already been reaching out to Interior Secretary Sally Jewell. We also need to make the President's CEQ Chair Nancy Sutley aware of this proposal and just how misguided it is. The CEQ reports directly to President Obama and coordinates the efforts of all federal agencies tasked with protecting our nation's air, water, lands and wildlife. Intervention by CEQ Chair Sutley could become a turning point in the fight to oppose delisting.

Please send an urgent message to Nancy Sutley — demand that wolves retain the federal protection they need to ensure their recovery in the wild.


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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Lun 24 Juin - 11:42

june 14 2013

Now's Your Chance - Make Your Voice Heard!



Well they did it.

Last week the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) formally proposed to remove federal Endangered Species Act protection for most of the gray wolves across the United States.

FWS is required by law to accept public comments before they can make their final decision on this misguided proposal. Defenders plans to use this 90 day comment period to organize strong and vocal opposition from supporters like you to make sure the decision makers in Washington hear what America thinks about the premature delisting of gray wolves.

Submit your comment today and tell the FWS that you strongly oppose their misguided proposal to delist nearly all wolves.

Here are some important points you could include in your comments:

  • Gray wolf recovery is not complete. This decision could derail wolf recovery efforts in areas around the country where it has barely begun — in places like the Pacific Northwest and in states that possess some of the nation's best unoccupied wolf habitat, such as northern California, Colorado, and Utah.
  • Delisting would prematurely turn wolf management over to the states. We've already seen what can happen when rabid anti-wolf politics are allowed to trump science and core wildlife management principles.
  • Montana, Wyoming and Idaho — where wolves have already been delisted — are not managing wolves like other wildlife such as elk, deer, and bears. Instead they're intending to drive the wolves' population numbers back down to the bottom.
  • Other species, such as the bald eagle, American alligator, and peregrine falcon were declared recovered and delisted when they occupied a much larger portion of their former range. Wolves deserve the same chance at real recovery.

The future of wolves in the U.S. is at stake. Please send your comments to the FWS today. 

Over the coming weeks, we are launching an unprecedented and aggressive campaign to convince the Obama Administration to withdraw this reckless proposal and make good on our nation’s commitment to restore imperiled wolves.

It's going to be a busy 90 days. Thank you so much for all you do for our wolves and other wildlife.

Sincerely,
Jamie Rappaport Clark
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Mar 25 Juin - 14:46

June 8th 2013

EMERGENCY: Obama Administration to Abandon Gray Wolves!

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has officially proposed to strip Endangered Species Act protection from nearly all gray wolves in the U.S. before their recovery is complete.

If this plan goes forward, decades of hard-won wolf conservation progress will be severely undermined, and the future of gray wolves will be forever changed. Please donate today.

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We are going to do whatever it takes to retain needed protections for wolves and other iconic species.


Wolves need your help now more than ever — please donate today!

Dear Aurélie,

Our worst fears have been confirmed.

Today the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) formally proposed to strip nearly all gray wolves across the United States of protection under the Endangered Species Act (ESA).

Please donate today and help support our all-out effort to protect gray wolves!

If this ill-advised plan goes forward, decades of hard-won wolf conservation progress will be severely undermined, and the future of gray wolf conservation will be forever changed.

Defenders of Wildlife will do whatever it takes to keep this from happening, but we urgently need your help.

Please donate today — support our work to protect wolves and other imperiled wildlife.

What a tragedy. Wolf recovery still has a long way to go. What should be one of America’s greatest endangered species comeback stories could become a heartbreaking setback.

We have seen what happens when premature delisting leaves wolves to the mercy of anti-wolf politics and politicians that are unwilling to protect them. In Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, more than 1,100 wolves have been shot or trapped since losing ESA protection in 2011. And we have seen some of Yellowstone National Park’s most iconic and beloved wolves shot and killed just across the park border. 

Your urgent donation today will help support our all-out effort to keep gray wolves protected under the ESA.

It’s not too late to stop this irresponsible proposal. The FWS's federal delisting proposal is open for public comment for the next 90 days.We will use the comment period to wage an unprecedented initiative to try to convince the Obama administration to do the right thing.


  • We are mobilizing wolf-lovers like you to express outrage over this proposal. We’ve already collected more than 230,000 signatures demanding that wolves continue to receive protection under the ESA. 



  • We are providing the expert ESA policy and legal analysis that makes it clear that delisting is premature (and sets a dangerous precedent for other imperiled animals); and 



  • We’ll be prepared to go to court if necessary to challenge any premature delisting of gray wolves.


We are going to do whatever it takes to retain needed protections for wolves and other iconic species.

Please make an emergency donation today.

Thank you for all you do for wildlife.

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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Mar 25 Juin - 14:47

May 15th 2013

WOLVES A Tragedy in the Making?

LOBOS LOUPS

In a drastic effort to end wolf recovery before it's complete, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) is proposing to remove all Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections for nearly all gray wolves across the United States.

Please make an emergency donation today to support our work to protect wolves for future generations to come.

If FWS follows through on this misguided plan, it will be the greatest challenge wolves have faced in decades.

Please donate today — support our work to protect wolves and other imperiled wildlife.

This proposal reflects an unacceptable and short-sighted vision of our nation's conservation goals and would give up on gray wolf recovery well before the job is done; a true conservation tragedy!

Delisting would prematurely turn wolf management over to the states, and we've already seen what can happen when rabid anti-wolf politics are allowed to trump sound science and core wildlife management principles. 

More than 1,100 wolves have already been killed in the Northern Rockies since Congress took ESA protections away from them in 2011.

This decision could cripple gray wolf recovery efforts in areas around the country where it has barely begun — in places like the Pacific Northwest and in states that possess some of the nation’s best unoccupied wolf habitat, such as Colorado, Utah and northern California.

Over the coming weeks, we're pulling out all the stops to urge the Department of the Interior to step up to its responsibilities under the Endangered Species Act and follow through on our nation's commitment to restore imperiled gray wolves. 

It's up to you and me to prevent one of the greatest success stories in the history of the Endangered Species Act from turning into a tragedy with the simple stroke of a pen. We simply cannot let that happen. Please donate today.

Thank you for all you do for wildlife.
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Mer 26 Juin - 12:27

May 23 , 2013

12 Hours Left: Send Washington a Message They Can't Ignore

We're poised to launch an advertising blitz that Washington won't forget. We've extended the giving deadline until midnight tonight and increased our goal to $60,000 so that we can spread our message even further!

The outpouring of support for wolves may already be making a difference. We are leaving no stone unturned in our efforts to stop the premature delisting of gray wolves — your support will never matter more than it does today.

If you have already given, our deepest thanks. If not, please give generously today.

For the wolves.

-- Jamie Rappaport Clark

One decision could forever change the future
Help Send a Message for Wolves!

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Help us raise $60,000 in the next 12 hours to get an ad in the Washington Express.

Speak Out for Wildlife -- Take Action

Please donate today to help support our emergency ad campaign targeting the government and their misguided proposal to delist wolves.

Dear Aurélie,

I have great news to share, but we need your urgent help.

So far more than 111,000 wildlife lovers have signed our emergency petition to stop the premature delisting of nearly all gray wolves across the U.S. Thanks to all the pressure, the government hasn't yet acted on this misguided and potentially devastating plan — yet.

To keep the pressure on, we're planning to start a powerful ad campaign targeting Capitol Hill, the White House and the Department of the Interior.

We need to raise $60,000 in the next 12 hours to make this happen, and to keep up our all-out campaign to see wolf recovery continue.

Here's our plan:

On Friday, May 24 we're planning to run a bold open letter to Interior Secretary Sally Jewell. Our message is simple: America loves its wolves and is counting on you to protect them.
The open letter will appear as a full page ad in the Washington Post Express — a newspaper widely read throughout Washington D.C., where Secretary Jewell and her colleagues live and work.
On Friday morning, distributors at targeted Metro stations will hand out copies of the Express at key spots near the White House, the Capitol and the Interior Department. They will be impossible to miss.
No one — not Congressmen, Capitol staff or Department of Interior officials like Secretary Jewell — will miss the message.

It's not too late to stop this delisting disaster in its tracks.

This moment could make all the difference for the future of gray wolf conservation.

Please help us deliver a message that Washington can't ignore.

Thank you for all you do,

Jamie Rappaport Clark, Defenders of Wildlife
Jamie Rappaport Clark
President
Defenders of Wildlife

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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Mer 26 Juin - 12:28

JUNE 21 2013

Countdown to catastrophe for America's wolves?


We have 90 days to win the fight of our lives.

On June 13, the proposal to delist nearly all gray wolves across the U.S. appeared in the Federal Register. That legally started the clock on a 90-day public comment period.

We need to use these 90 days to make history.

Please support our emergency 90-day campaign to defeat the proposed delisting of wolves.

Our goal is simple and straightforward. We need to make the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service understand that Americans love wolves and are prepared to do whatever it takes to keep them protected.

Part of our plan includes:

Organizing grassroots action around public hearings. Those who would abandon wolves need to hear from concerned Americans. Defenders will be organizing, mobilizing and empowering supporters to attend public hearings and speak out against this misguided plan.
Providing a public platform for concerned scientists. Many of the same scientists whose research has been used to justify the delisting have publicly contested this decision. These reputable wildlife scientists strongly oppose this delisting and are speaking out against the Obama administration's disregard for the science behind this proposal.
Motivating Americans to speak up for wolves. Americans believe wolves deserve a place in our country and we're encouraging our supporters to speak out! Whether it's submitting public comments, attending public hearings or rallying their communities, Defenders will continue to activate and engage wildlife lovers across the country to speak out for these animals who can't speak for themselves.
We Can't Afford to Lose

If this ill-advised plan goes forward, decades of hard-won wolf conservation progress will be severely undermined, and the future of gray wolf conservation will be forever changed. Federal protections would be stripped even in states like Colorado, which has excellent wolf habitat and yet not a single wolf.

Please donate today – support our work to protect wolves and other imperiled wildlife.

Wolf recovery still has a long way to go. What should be one of America's greatest endangered species comeback stories could become a heartbreaking setback.

We have seen what happens when premature delisting puts wolves at the mercy of rabid anti-wolf politics and politicians who are unwilling to protect them. In Wyoming, Montana and Idaho, more than 1,100 wolves have been killed since losing federal protection in 2011. Wolf recovery has a very long way to go before we can take a step back.

It's not too late. We sincerely hope that the FWS will abandon this misguided plan if the American people continue to send the message: Wolf recovery is far from over and we'll stop at nothing to protect these magnificent creatures!

We have 90 days to turn it around. Please help today.
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Dim 14 Juil - 16:52

septeber 8th 2012

video burger king cruelty
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MessageSujet: Re: ANIMAL TESTING Aujourd'hui à 0:35 Répondre en citant Editer/Supprimer ce message Supprimer ce message
November the 2nd of 2012

TORTURE AT UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN-MADISON !!! URGENTLY STOP THIS TORTURE NOW ! PLEASE SIGN AND SHARE WIDELY THESE ➨ 7 PETITIONS !
► 1. http://bit.ly/OqrOLj –
►2.http://www.change.org/petitions/university-of-wisconsin-stop-experimenting-on-cats
►3.http://www.change.org/petitions/grants-and-funding-stop-funding-cruel-animal-experiments-at-uw-madison
►4.https://www.change.org/petitions/university-of-wisconsin-madison-stop-the-cruel-and-unnecessary-testing-of-cats-in-experiments
►5.http://forcechange.com/33402/stop-torture-of-cats-in-laboratory-experiments/
►6.http://www.change.org/petitions/dogs-and-cats-should-not-be-used-for-experiments-compromises-human-safety-vet-medicine-excluded
►7.http://www.causes.com/actions/1726579-we-demand-the-immediate-stop-of-the-experimental-torture-and-death-of-animals-by-uw-madison
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This beautiful tabby cat endured horrific torment for months in cruel and useless "sound localization" experiments at the University of Wisconsin-Madison (UW)—deadly experiments that have been supported by more than $3 million in tax dollars !!!
SEE BREAKING NEWS: PETA has obtained never-before-seen photos of horrific cat experiments from a lab at University of Wisconsin-Madison!( see picture at => ►http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10151149550854586&set=a.55746449585.62921.5647744585&type=1&theater)
► ALSO PLEASE WATCH AND SHARE THIS VIDEO !!
-Published on Sep 12, 2012 by officialpeta
PETA reveals horrific pictures of cruelty at a UW-Madison laboratory, where a tabby cat named Double Trouble was tormented for months in a taxpayer-funded experiment before being killed and decapitated.
►► http://youtu.be/hTaS7Z3z4e0
NEW VIDEO ABOUT WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY ! Published on Jan 18, 2013 PLEASE SHARE FOR AWARENESS !!
Experiments done at the University of Wisconsin-Madison are angering animal rights advocates. The experiments in question are being preformed on Rhesus monkeys because of their similarities to humans. In these experiments, baby monkeys are separated from their mothers right after birth and later subjected to scary tests to provoke fear and anxiety. The monkeys are then killed and dissected and their brains are studied..
Jane Velez-Mitchell moderated a first of its kind debate on maternal deprivation experiments. Eric Sandgren, Director of the Research and Animal Resources Center at University of Wisconsin-Madison and Rick Bogle of Madison, Wisconsin’s Alliance for Animals who organized a campaign to stop these experiments debated both sides of the argument. Opponents to the experiments have started a site
►http://youtu.be/gK5wNf6qAaM
➨ PLEASE WATCH THIS LATEST REPORT FROM WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY:
CRUEL FACTS AT THE WISCONSIN UNIVERSITY !!
►http://xa.yimg.com/kq/groups/13310619/459752273/name/kalin_2012_mat_dep_protocol.pdf
➨ MORE DETAILS-PICTURES ON MY FRIENDS LINK http://www.occupyforanimals.org/university-of-wisconsinndashmadison-conducts-horrific-experiments-on-cats.html
Thank You~ Tony Zadel,
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Mar 16 Juil - 14:10

july 15,2013

Tragedy Strikes Mexican Gray Wolves Again
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Dear Aurélie,

Sadly we received news that another of the world’s most endangered wolves has been shot and killed. The victim, alpha female 1108 (F1108), had been mothering a den of young pups and her pups are assumed dead. Using expertise from our field team and wildlife biologists, Defenders has created a three-point rescue plan to help move Mexican gray wolves back from the edge of extinction.

Take a moment and read our press release below — and then please make a donation today to help Defenders carry out our plan and support all of the work we do to save the imperiled wildlife that you love.

Sincerely,

Jamie Rappaport Clark
President
Defenders of Wildlife

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Tragedy Strikes Mexican Gray Wolves Again

Recently released breeding female killed, no chance for pup survival

ALBUQUERQUE, NM (July 12, 2013) – Tragically, the killing continues. In the wake of a new proposed rule from the Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) that would continue to hinder Mexican gray wolf recovery (the subspecies would remain listed, but with limited opportunity for necessary dispersal essential to recovery), Defenders of Wildlife has received news that another of the world’s most endangered wolves has been shot and killed. The incident is under investigation, but the victim, alpha female 1108 (F1108), had been mothering a den of young pups so her pups are also assumed to be dead.

The following is a statement from Nancy Gloman, Vice President of Field Conservation for Defenders of Wildlife:

“This is a true tragedy. The Mexican gray wolf population cannot afford the loss of another individual, let alone a breeding female with pups. With an extremely small population of 75 individuals and only two breeding pairs among them, this wolf and her pups were another critical step towards the promise of recovery. We had high hopes for the release of F1108 and her mate in May, but after the male was quickly recaptured and with this latest news of the female’s killing, there have been zero successful releases in years.

“If the Mexican gray wolf is to have any chance at survival, the Fish and Wildlife Service must ramp up recovery efforts with a comprehensive plan that includes the release of many more wolves into the wild, and affords those that are released with protection outside of arbitrary lines on a map. Without being allowed to disperse, the wolves cannot establish the numbers and new populations necessary to win the fight against extinction.

“These wolves are a critical and iconic part of the Western landscape, and for them to remain as such, you need many more wolves across a broader area. If any good can come from this news, let it be a call to action for the Fish and Wildlife Service – give the Mexican gray wolf a real chance for recovery by releasing more breeding pairs and allowing them broader access to additional land.
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Mer 24 Juil - 15:56

June 23 , 2013

PLEASE HELP STOPPING WOLVES HUNTING NOW !!

PLEASE SIGN & SHARE WIDELY AND URGENTLY THESE ➨18 VIP PETITIONS !
►PET.1http://signon.org/sign/protect-americas-wolves
►PET.2 http://www.causes.com/actions/1722660-protest-judge-allowing-dogs-to-hunt-wolves-in-wisconsin
►PET.3 https://secure.earthjustice.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=1375
►PET.4 http://www.theanimalrescuesite.com/clickToGive/campaign.faces?siteId=4&campaign=Earthjustice-Exterminationofwolves
►PET.5 http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/827/548/160/
►PET.6 http://bit.ly/HoTtlP
►PET.7 http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/296/728/288/
►PET.8 http://www.takepart.com/actions/grey-wolves-should-be-protected-not-hunted
►PET.9 http://www.causes.com/actions/1737407-stop-the-slaughter-of-wolves-in-michigan-before-it-starts
►PET.10 http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/370/286/730/
►PET.11 https://secure2.convio.net/ida/site/Advocacy?pagename=homepage&page=UserAction&id=2345
►PET.12 http://www.change.org/petitions/alberta-sustainable-resource-development-stop-the-culling-of-alberta-s-wild-wolf-populations
►PET.13 https://www.change.org/petitions/reinstate-wolves-under-federal-protection-permanently
►PET.14https://secure.earthjustice.org/site/Advocacy?cmd=display&page=UserAction&id=1455
►PET.15 http://www.thepetitionsite.com/683/837/730/halt-wolf-trapping-near-denali-park/
►PET.16 http://www.thepetitionsite.com/takeaction/213/313/817/
►PET.17 http://www.change.org/petitions/protect-endangered-red-wolves
►PET.18 http://www.change.org/petitions/tell-the-white-house-stop-delisting-and-keep-wolves-protected
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➨ PLEASE WATCH THIS VIP VIDEO FROM TV NEWS !!!
►http://youtu.be/KIr2lgIYves
➨ PLEASE GO TO THESE LINKS FOR MORE INFO ABOUT THE WOLVES HUNTING
►http://www.howlingforwolves.org/
►http://howlingforjustice.wordpress.com/2011/07/10/idahos-deadly-wolf-hunt-proposal-speak-out/
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Mar 30 Juil - 11:26

july 20 th 2013

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Wolf-Angels/274653705499
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Mar 30 Juil - 15:48

july 30th 2013

PLEASE MY FRIENDS...SIGN & SHARE THIS 3 PETITIONS FOR OUR BEAUTIFUL WOLVES IN IDAHO!!

http://forcechange.com/19983/demand-that-idaho-stop-extreme-wolf-killing-efforts/

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/651/800/253/no-tax-dollars-for-idaho-ariel-wolf-killing/
...Ver más — con Amanda Thurston, Rick Dolly, Deborah Derenberger y Anita Whetzel.
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Jeu 1 Aoû - 9:08

july 26 th 2013

In June, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposed to remove gray wolves from the endangered species list despite wolves occupying only about 5 percent of their historic range. The service reminds us that the Endangered Species Act was not intended to provide indefinite life support. This is certainly true, and there might have been a compelling case for delisting today had the science supported it and had wolves reached a fuller stage of recovery.

But that hasn’t happened. In fact, three states in our Northern Rockies, already charged with wolf management, have unleashed an intense and partisan desire to reduce wolf numbers to the barest minimum allowable. Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming now have recreational hunting and trapping seasons, and in the past two years nearly 1,200 wolves have been killed. Well-known and well-loved wolves from Yellowstone National Park were killed, including the cherished Lamar Canyon pack’s alpha female. This degree of backlash questions whether our society has advanced past treating predators as a disposable commodity, a mindset that nearly wiped out wolves by the early 1900s.

There is an alternative path: one that recognizes that the majority of Americans support wolves as part of our wilderness and heritage, looks beyond managing wolves on the basis of population numbers along, recognizes the inherent value of wolves to exist in the wild as nature intended, and focuses on solutions to conflicts with livestock, such as nonlethal predator deterrents.

California is currently developing a wolf management plan and reviewing whether to protect wolves under state law in preparation for a future wolf population. Californians have a chance to lead the way and demonstrate how to afford the wolf the value it deserves, work together to reduce conflicts, and hopefully one day celebrate the recovery of wolves in our state.

The mission is far from accomplished. Delisting now is a political decision defying the majority’s desire for a more complete, science-based recovery of gray wolves. We owe it to ourselves and future generations to protect gray wolves and maintain their rightful place on our wild landscape.

Valentino is director of California Wolf Recovery.
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Jeu 8 Aoû - 14:20

august 5th 2013

PROTECT YELLOWSTONE´S WOLVES!! BAN THE HUNT & TRAPS!!

THIS PETITIONS NEED A LOT SIGNATURES. PLEASE, SIGN & SHARE

Wolves naturally have large territories and DON´T understand "MAN-MADE" borders.
TROPHY HUNTERS seem to be lying in wait for grey wolves to cross the INVISIBLE Yellowstone Park borders, and shooting them as soon as they cross over into NoWolf Land.
The wolves are often LURED out with electronic calling devices of pups in distress.

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/183/436/351/ban-the-hunting-of-yellowstones-wolves/

http://www.change.org/petitions/protect-wolves-in-national-parks-implement-buffer-zones-around-parks

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/759/786/443/protecting-yellowstone-wolves/

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/877/091/912/yellowstone-park-wolves-need-a-safe-buffer-zone-a-no-kill-collared-wolf-law/
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Jeu 8 Aoû - 14:23

Bonjour . Pourriez - vous mettre cela partout s ' il vous plaît : emails , myspace , facebooks , facebooks de tous vos contacts , messages privées , skype , chats , blogs , sites internet , etc . Auriez - vous l ' amabilité d ' envoyez cela à tous vos contacts en cliquant sur répondre s ' il vous plait ? Chaque personne qui reçoit cela , envoyez - le s' il vous plaît à tous vos contacts . Merci infiniment .

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10201817829752103&set=oa.577961235567918&type=1&theater

AU VU DU PEU DE TEMPS QUI NOUS RESTE... AU VU DU PEU DE SIGNATURES COLLECTÉES... AU VU DU PEU DE MOBILISATION...
AU VU DE LA GRANDE HESITATION DE CITOYENS POUR SIGNER CETTE INITIATIVE.... QUI RISQUE DE COULER AU FOND DES ABIMES SI NOUS NE NOUS REVEILLONS PAS!!!
FRANCE!!!! IL MANQUE 34 000 SIGNATURES ET NOUS N'AVONS QUE 90 JOURS POUR LES COLLECTER!!!!
JE VOUS RAPPELLE QUE CETTE INITIATIVE EST EN PLACE DEPUIS 1 AN DÉJÀ, COMMENT EST-CE POSSIBLE QUE NOUS N'AYONS PAS ENCORE ATTEINT LE NOMBRE REQUIS, SOIT 55 500 SIGNATURES????

SOMMES NOUS CONTRE... OU POUR LA VIVISECTION???

SVP, SIGNEZ ET INVITEZ TOUS VOS CONTACTS, COUREZ LA VOIX!!!https://ec.europa.eu/citizens-initiative/ECI-2012-000007/public/signup.do?lang=fr

MERCI POUR EUX

Nous soussignés, citoyens européens, faisons appel à la Commission européenne afin d'abroger la Directive 2010/63/EU (dite "pour la protection des animaux utilisés à des fins scientifiques") en présentant une nouvelle proposition de directive visant à mettre fin définitivement à l'expérimentation animale et à rendre obligatoire, pour la recherche biomédicale et toxicologique, l'utilisation de données spécifiques pour l'espèce humaine, au lieu de données issues de l'animal. A la différence d'une pétition « traditionnelle », l'initiative citoyenne européenne est un instrument juridique contraignant qui obligera la Commission européenne à donner suite à cette demande. L'initiative doit être soutenue par au moins un million de citoyens européens issus d'au moins 7 pays sur les 27 que compte l'Union. Un nombre minimum de signataires est requis dans chacun de ces 7 Etats membres. « Plus de 10 000 comités locaux organisent actuellement des collectes de signatures dans toute l'Europe. Si le million de signature est atteint d'ici le 1er novembre 2013, la loi sera changée pour 500 millions d'habitants » se réjouit Sonia Alfano. Si à ce jour, près de 400 000 personnes ont signé l'ICE en ligne sur le site sécurisé de la Commission européenne, un quorum (nombre minimal, NDLR) est requis pour chaque pays européen. Pour la France, 55 500 signatures sont nécessaires.

Grâce à la mobilisation des défenseurs des animaux, les instances européennes ont interdit les produits cosmétiques testés sur les animaux depuis le 11 mars 2013. Cette mesure, qui permet d’épargner 240 000 animaux chaque année, demeure néanmoins insuffisante : plus de 12 millions d’animaux sont sacrifiés tous les ans dans les domaines de la recherche, de l’enseignement, de l’armement, de la pharmacologie et de la toxicologie. « L’Union européenne est un levier par définition. Si on réussit à introduire de nouveaux droits dans une loi sur l'expérimentation animale, elle influencera l'ensemble des lois nationales régissant notre relation avec les animaux.

Important : afin de valider la signature, le numéro d'une pièce d'identité est demandé.
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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Ven 9 Aoû - 9:35

august 4th 2013

http://www.thepetitionsite.com/183/436/351/ban-the-hunting-of-yellowstones-wolves/

Ban the Hunting of Yellowstone's Wolves

Ban the Hunting of Yellowstone's Wolves
author: Rose Cook
target: Daniel M. Ashe, Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service; Ken Salazar, U.S. Secretary of the Interior, Governor C. L. (Butch) Otter (Idaho), Governor Matt Mead (Wyoming); Governor Brian Schweitzer (Montana).
signatures: 2,677
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we've got 2,677 signatures, help us get to 15,000
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It’s an outrage. In just the last few weeks, at least ten of Yellowstone’s wolves have been shot and killed by hunters just outside the park’s boundaries. At least seven of these wolves wore radio-collars and were critical to important long tern conservation research and ecological studies.

Yellowstone’s wolves are protected inside of the park, but can be shot legally as soon as they cross outside of it. Hunters are luring wolves out of the park with dead animal carcasses and gut piles just beyond the border. In their zeal to kill wolves, the states of Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming permit these activities with no regard to the impacts that it will have on our National Parks and their wildlife.

The killing has gone too far. We, the undersigned, demand the states and federal government designate an emergency hunter-free buffer zone around Yellowstone National Park sufficient in size to protect the park’s wolves, the removal of all hunting camps from this area, and the prosecution of anyone violating the rules. We demand that our government protect the wolves that our nation has come to love and cherish.

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MessageSujet: Re: wolves   Ven 9 Aoû - 9:40

august 3rd 2013

SIGN THIS PETITION

http://www.change.org/petitions/protect-wolves-in-national-parks-implement-buffer-zones-around-parks



Petitioning U.S. FISH WILDLIFE AND PARKS SERVICES
PROTECT WOLVES IN NATIONAL PARKS - IMPLEMENT BUFFER ZONES AROUND PARKS

Heidi Ulrich
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Heidi Ulrich
Newtown Square, PA


When a wolf, or any wild animal, steps over the border of a national park they are immediately subjected to walking into a leg hold or snare trap; they are also subjected to being shot. Trophy hunters and trappers are waiting outside the border of Yellowstone and Denali National Parks for a unwary wolf to step over the border, to walk into the bite of a trap or the blast of a gun.
The wolves are often lured out with electronic calling devices of pups in distress. Wolves love pups and will try to aid a pup in distress. The trophy hunters and trappers do not care if the wolf is collared (in a study), or not. So far this year, 10 collared wolves from Yellowstone have been killed. Last year a pregnant alpha female, along with another pack member, from the famous and celebrated Grant Creek Pack in Denali National Park was caught in a snare and leg hold trap just outside the park - baited with the scent of a dead horse. It is believed that the pack dispersed after that----their descendants had used the same den in Denali Park since 1947.

These examples prove the folly of wolves being such a problem that there has to be a hunt in the first place---as hunters and trappers are baiting and luring wolves who don't bother livestock---they live and are to be protected in a national park---the hunters and trappers are going to the wolves---the wolves are running free in the park and feeding themselves with the prey animals in the park.
Morals aside, it is troubling that killing a wolf who merely steps outside of a national park is legal and "fair game"----nothing fair about this and that is why we must insist on a 10 mile deep buffer zone surrounding all national parks, where no traps can be set and no hunting is permitted.
When Denali National Park had a buffer zone, the wolves were safe--as soon as it was removed (due to pressure from extreme trophy hunting groups), wolves began to die. Yellowstone National Park currently has no buffer zone and this is not acceptable!
The hunters have shown us their true colors and now we must respond! Please sign and share this petition.

To:
U.S. FISH WILDLIFE AND PARKS SERVICES
PROTECT WILDLIFE IN NATIONAL PARKS - IMPLEMENT BUFFER ZONES AROUND PARKS
Sincerely,
[Your name]

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