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Big Game Troubles & Wolf Action info boys

Postby feathhd » Thu Sep 12, 2013 1:03 pm

Folks,

Last week, opponents of sound wolf management held a national wolf rally in Washington, D.C. to build support around their radical idea that wolves should be re-listed as an endangered species. One rally speaker even went to far as to tell the lightly gathered crowd that wolves pose no threat to wildlife. The speaker also asserted that unmanaged wolves have had little negative impact on big game populations in the the Northern Rockies and Western Great Lakes.


Anyone that has spent time in the back country understands the serious negative consequences unmanaged wolves have had on other wildlife populations. Tags are being drastically cut in many areas, some hunting units are even closing due to inability of states to regulate wolf predation on elk, moose, deer.


It is time that dedicated outdoorsman stand up. Your voice is vital to help ensure that our way of life and outdoor heritage is protected and preserved for future generations. Please take 60 seconds and send this fully editable letter to both your U.S. Senators and member of Congress today! Simply click here: http://capwiz.com/biggameforever/issues ... ake+Action

If you’re not a member of Big Game Forever now is your chance to do so. It’s as simple as 1, 2, 3! Simply visit http://biggameforever.org/how-you-can-help.php and sign up today and join with thousands of other outdoorsman who share your passion to support wildlife conservation.

Thank you for defending our outdoor heritage,
Ryan Benson
President, Big Game Forever

P.S. Check us out on Facebook today….you’ll be glad you did
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Thanks folks
Bill Smith
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