Would You Pay $19 To Kill a Wolf?





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Published on Sep 25, 2013

Would you pay $19 to kill a wolf? In Montana, 6,000 people just did.

To put that in perspective, Montana only has 625 wolves left after last year's killing season. Not satisfied with the massacre, the state has lined up 10 times as many rifles as there are wolves to finish the job.

The Center for Biological Diversity needs help balancing the odds. We need 6,000 wolf heroes to donate to our Wolf Defense Fund to ensure that federal protections are not stripped from all wolves across the country.


By donating, you'll help stop the killing and send Montana a powerful message that a wolf's life is worth far more than $19.

"If you see a pack, keep shooting!"

That's what a new wolf-hating Facebook page in Montana is telling its readers in celebration of the state allowing five kill permits per person. It even ran a donation drive to pay people's $19 tag fee so that as much killing would happen as quickly as possible.

We can't let these extermination practices spread nationwide. Wolf haters are putting up money to wipe out wolves. Wolf supporters need to do the same if we're going to stop the killing.

With your help, we can counter the 6,000 wolf killers with 6,000 wolf supporters.

When it comes to wolf protection, the Center's lawyers and activists are no nonsense: They know how to get the job done. Oregon's wolves now have more protections because of a lawsuit the Center and allies filed in 2011. Last month we won a decade-long battle to improve federal protection standards for wolves in New Mexico and Arizona; and because of our work, California is on its way to placing wolves on its highly protective state endangered species list.


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