Alaska's wolves, lynx, and coyotes at risk on Wildlife Refuge!!!! TIME SENSITIVE --- BY JULY 31ST! 

Long Time Wildlife Viewing Area Could Become a Killing Field.   ALL Federal Wildlife Refuges in Alaska are at Risk! The Skilak Wildlife Recreation Area (Skilak WRA) is a 45,000 acre prime wildlife viewing and photography location and has been so for over 30 years. The Alaska Board of Game has recently authorized opening this small portion of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge to the hunting of wolves, lynx, and coyote. The USFWS has ultimate say on this land and is not required to go along with the state BOG. The USFWS needs to hear from every American possible that values the non consumptive use of Alaska's precious wildlife. Let there be no doubt, if the BOG gets their way with this unprecedented action all Federal Wildlife Refuge land in Alaska will be in the crosshairs of the BOG's extreme predator killing programs. This means that an additional 77 million acres of Alaska will be put at risk! 

Send your comments of protest and outrage to:

Refuge Manager, P.O.Box 2139Soldatna, Alaska 99669Fax: 907-262-3599Phone: 907-262-7021

Also contact:Secretary of the Interior, Sally Jewell, email -- [email protected] & Director of Wildlife Services, Dan Ashe, email [email protected]

If you live in Alaska or nearby -- please attend one or both of the hearings (you can bet that trophy hunters will be there in droves):

July 31st: 6-9 P.M. Gilman River Center 514 Funny River Road Soldotna, AK August 1st: 6-9 P.M. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Regional Office 1011 East Tudor Road Anchorage, AK 

Give them an inch and they will take 77 million acres of wildlife refuge!

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