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  • b1ackbird
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    For us, the real driver, however, is the fact that these fascinating animals are not protected by provincial or federal laws and people are not only allowed, but encouraged to kill them.

    Good Lord- that is a travesty. Yet somehow it looks like it's going to get worse:

    The recent approval of a plan to slaughter 400 wolves in central BC makes it even more imperative to encourage the drafting of some laws that offer some protection.

    What you can do:

    Pacific Wild has gathered almost 200,000 signatures in a petition to the Premier of BC, Christy Clark to protect rain wolves. Supporting such a petition, opposing the wanton slaughter of wildlife, and educating themselves about the impacts of recreational hunting of apex predators is the best things people can do.

    Petition link is posted in additional contributions.

    • jcscher
      +2

      Thank you for adding that link.

      • b1ackbird
        +3

        Thank you for this incredible link. I didn't even realize this was happening- or hell that 'Sea Wolves' were a real thing.

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