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Help Stop The Wolf Massacre
By Mr. Ed
Last edited: Tuesday, August 11, 2009
Posted: Sunday, July 19, 2009

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Since 2003, more than 1,000 wolves have been slaughtered under the State of Alaska’s illegal aerial wolf killing programs, shot dead by airborne gunners with high-powered rifles, or chased to exhaustion and executed at point-blank range.
This slaughter is being accomplished to artificially inflate Alaska’s moose and caribou populations -- often for the benefit of trophy sport hunters who don’t even live in Alaska – and outgoing Alaskan Governor Sarah Palin has accelerated this abysmal wildlife slaughter in recent years.
In March, state employees carrying out Palin’s out-of-control wolf killing program even used helicopters to chase and kill 84 wolves in the Upper Yukon/Tanana area, near the National Park System’s Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve.
According to photos and recordings of the hunt obtained by Defenders of Wildlife, some of these wolves were chased and harassed for nearly ten miles before being shot down-- exactly the type of wildlife harassment that Congress outlawed when it passed the Airborne Hunting Act in 1971.
More than 70 U.S. representatives have already signed on as co-sponsors of California Congressman George Miller’s Protect America’s Wildlife (PAW) Act, which would finally rein in Alaska’s out-of-control aerial slaughter of wolves.
If passed, the PAW Act would finally put an end to this aerial wolf massacre in Alaska, and it would prevent barbaric annihilation programs just like it from spreading to other states.
Will you help us encourage your representatives to support this vital legislation?
This brutal aerial hunting has been condemned by wildlife biologists, by hunters, and by conservationists from Alaska, and from all around the world... and with good cause.
Please let your own lawmakers know that you support the PAW Act, and an end to the scientifically unfounded, and illegal, aerial killing of wolves in America.
And please send your message, today.
We can still save the lives of timber wolves and other remaining American wildlife being exterminated today, but we definitely need a lot more help to win.
I sincerely hope that you’ll take the time to use your voice, and help us make a difference…for our wildlife, and for future generations of nature loving Americans to come.






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Reviewed by Jennifer Holly MacDonald 3/12/2010
It's so nice to spend a moment with a fellow animal lover. I meet so many people that say they love animals and nature while they capitalize through breeding and farming. I can't even imagine why so many humans devalue the lives of the other creatures we share this planet with as I have only ever experienced love, compassion, freedom and bliss in the animals I have come in contact with, both wild and domestic.
We do need to come together to protect the wolves. We need to support laws and agreements that provide solid and stable protection for them and their habitat.
Thank you for sharing this and thank you for caring. People like you really make my days much, much, brighter.
Reviewed by Alexandra Midnight 7/24/2009
I am so happy and relived to hear of this act. This slaughter has gone on for far to long and should have never been started in the first place. The wolves who have died can hopefully finally have their justice.
Reviewed by m j hollingshead 7/20/2009
what is wrong with people, hunting them down with high powered rifles from the air, rail hunters for sartin
Reviewed by Patrick Granfors 7/19/2009
What? A California Congressman got something right? Thanks for this. I'll be having some email conversations with the good man. Patrick
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 7/19/2009
Read in one of the last Time magazines that Sara Palin is considering to run for President on 2012, maybe she hasn't damage Alaska enough and need her own Executive Order to finish the job.


Reviewed by JASMIN HORST SEILER 7/19/2009
May her soul fry in hell, for all the killing of the innocent, I am sorry I know this is Sunday, but such evil .......... I signed many petitions on wolves, I will sign this one, bless you for bringing this to our attention, can I, and how post this on my facebook site?
Jasmin Horst

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