Neil Dunbar
Neil Dunbar

In my nearly 60 yrs ,Humans Have devastated the Wildlife of our Planet, We need to rethink our ways,Before its to Late,then what do we do ?

Veronica L Perkins
Veronica L Perkins

Wolves are a part of our ecosystem...please get involved to save these beautiful animals. TRAPPING any animal is INHUMANE!

Carole Altendorf
Carole Altendorf
  • Veronica L Perkins

I agree, Veronica.

Karen Haggerty
Karen Haggerty

i totally agree with saving the wolves.............

Alex Klarfeld
Alex Klarfeld
  • Karen Haggerty

As do I. They should be allowed to live. If it were up to me, they would never be hunted again.

Carole Altendorf
Carole Altendorf
  • Karen Haggerty

I do, too.

Ian Brown
Ian Brown

What is the point of spending 40 years re-introducing the Wolf to many parts of the USA and then delisting them so that any Redneck, with a gun, can go and shoot them?

Kathryn Anne Sinclair
Kathryn Anne Sinclair
  • Ian Brown

Yes, Ian! A GREAT BIG DUH!!! How can we be so dumb!

Lynn Price
Lynn Price

This has been something I have made phone calls on, pledged, signed more petitions than I can count, tried to raise awareness on. I even went to Yellowstone for the first Wolf Release Program. But it seems as though the ranchers and the government and other fear mongers are winning. It is heart breaking...to put it nicely.

Joyce Jones
Joyce Jones

wolves are an important part of the wildlife eco system, the people are the ones who have encroached on the wildlive territories and they are only trying to survive as most are with what they have been dealt. We have destroyed what n where they come from

Andy V. Szwejda
Andy V. Szwejda

Stop wolf trapping in Montana and Wyoming? More like stop wolf trapping, PERIOD.

Maria Jose Costa
Maria Jose Costa

I am ashamed that some beings - they cannot be human still think that baiting and trapping or causing suffering to animals is OK when are we going to learn to coexist - we are all part of this earth.

Emma Nuñez
Emma Nuñez

We have to Respect the Wolves life, just like any other living creature.

Polk Cotton
Polk Cotton

Gray Wolves were driven to extinction over the last century. A top predator species, wolves are critical to sustaining the proper functioning of ecosystems by helping keep prey populations in check and sustaining bio-diversity. They have not recovered from extinction as evidenced by scientific data. Animosity to wolves still runs deep, including many public lands ranchers who fear -- unjustifiably -- wolf predations of their livestock. Because of the ranching industry's political clout,...

Gray Wolves were driven to extinction over the last century. A top predator species, wolves are critical to sustaining the proper functioning of ecosystems by helping keep prey populations in check and sustaining bio-diversity. They have not recovered from extinction as evidenced by scientific data. Animosity to wolves still runs deep, including many public lands ranchers who fear -- unjustifiably -- wolf predations of their livestock. Because of the ranching industry's political clout, State and Federal wildlife managers will kill entire wolf packs when even a single sheep or calf may have been killed by wolves -- even though the ranchers may have turned out their livestock right in the midst of a wolf den. These ranchers do not take into account there are other predators as well as the animals dying from illness. Eliminating or limiting domestic livestock grazing on public lands in wolf areas is one key step to reducing conflicts and ensuring future survival of wolf populations.

Kathryn Anne Sinclair
Kathryn Anne Sinclair
  • Polk Cotton

I sure wish more people were as intelligent and understanding.

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