Over the next month Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is taking public comment to determine rules for the state's annual hunting and trapping season (view the proposals), which will include specific "quotas" for each species stating how many animals are allowed to be killed.
At the end of the day much depends on these final numbers: whether grizzlies continue on the path toward recovery, whether visitors will hear the howl of wolves next year near Yellowstone, and whether bobcats, fishers and a host of other furbearing animals will be reduced to pelts and sold overseas.
Please take a moment today and speak up for these magnificent creatures.
Tell Montana's wildlife officials that you don't support a grizzly bear hunt, even if federal protections are removed; that you don't support increasing wolf quotas around Yellowstone; and that you'd like to see the rest of the state's wildlife preserved, not killed.
May 30, 2016 Action Alert ID# 380
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