John Delfgou
John Delfgou

I want to email the governor of Michigan but there is no email address supplied can one be supplied fro governor as I live in Australia do not have a idea how to find governors email address. Thank you.

Clint Lenard
Clint Lenard

Contact the governor by phone and email. https://somgovweb.state.mi.us/GovRelations/ShareOpinion.aspx

Shelley Lynn
Shelley Lynn

The wolves are NOT game! Do not hunt them. We are better than this -- Please think with compassion.

Marc Roussel
Marc Roussel

The wolf is a very living symbol of freedom. If the Human being is not able of keeping a fair space for them, it proves our lack of humanity and signe our uncapacity to makes the things are going in the good direction

Arthur Rochester
Arthur Rochester

Yesterday, I sent a comment through the Governor's website(https://somgovweb.state.mi.us/GovRelations/ShareOpinion.aspx). This morning, I made a call to (517) 373-3400. There must not be a wolf hunting season. The Gray Wolf is not game.

Mauricette Jacqueline Bigard

je n ai pas pu envoyer de courrier le lien est coupé que des cons sur terre

Gwen Oelofse
Gwen Oelofse

Wolves are beautiful animals created by the same creator who created man

Cheryl Thompson
Cheryl Thompson

I just went to his online contact and requested he put a stop to this hunting of the wolves. Maybe between the calls and e-mails he will reconsider his decision and stop the hunting!!!!!

Arthur Rochester
Arthur Rochester

Sample letter: The extirpation of wolves and large carnivores from large portions of the landscape is a global phenomenon with broad ecological consequences. There is a growing body of scientific literature demonstrating that keystone predators play critical roles in maintaining a diversity of other wildlife species and as such the composition and function of ecosystems. Research in Yellowstone National Park, for example, found that reintroduction of wolves caused changes in elk numbers and...

Sample letter: The extirpation of wolves and large carnivores from large portions of the landscape is a global phenomenon with broad ecological consequences. There is a growing body of scientific literature demonstrating that keystone predators play critical roles in maintaining a diversity of other wildlife species and as such the composition and function of ecosystems. Research in Yellowstone National Park, for example, found that reintroduction of wolves caused changes in elk numbers and behavior which then facilitated recovery of stream-side vegetation, benefiting beavers, fish and songbirds. In this and other ways, wolves shape North American landscapes. Given the importance of wolves and the fact that they have only just begun to recover in some regions and not at all in others, I strongly urge you to reconsider the US Fish and Wildlife Service’s proposal to remove protections across most of the United States.

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