Stop wolf killings in Washington

More wolves have been killed in northeast Washington – casualties of the Forest Service’s neglect.

Even after dozens of wolves have been killed following conflicts with livestock, the U.S. Forest Service has failed to change how, when or where cattle are permitted to graze in this prime wolf habitat.

There’s another way. The Forest Service needs to promote grazing practices that protects cattle from being vulnerable to attacks in wolf habitat. And the agency needs to hold commercial cattle ranchers responsible for protecting their livestock from conflicts.

These cruel kill orders aren’t working as a deterrent. Even after eliminating wolves from the area, new packs find their way back to these forests. This prime habitat will continue to attract wolves – and unless the Forest Service changes course, wolf killings will continue.

Demand the Forest Service takes effective non-lethal action that will actually reduce conflicts between livestock and wolves!


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