Save the Critically Endangered Red Wolf

Target: Senator Lisa Murkowski (R, Alaska)

Goal: Save the endangered red wolf from extinction.

The Republican Senate aims to destroy North Carolina’s remaining red wolf population. The species has been under government protection for the past 30 years, but their numbers are still critically low; only around 45 to 60 wolves remain. Now, Republicans want to terminate their protection under the reasoning that the species “has failed to meet population goals” and is “inconveniencing” land owners and other species.

Their reasons could not be more selfish, cynical, or cruel. These wolves have been under constant duress for three decades despite federal protection; there has always been the threat of more dying out, and they have made every effort to repopulate their species. There is still a chance for them to thrive again, but the cynical GOP refuses to give them that chance. Once again, innocent wildlife is at the mercy of this selfish party.

We must preserve the federal protection of the red wolf and ensure that their numbers are allowed a chance to increase. Sign this petition to demand the Republican party cancel its plans to shut down these protections.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Senator Murkowski,

Your plans to revoke the federal protection of the red wolf are cynical and selfish. There are only between 45 and 60 of these beautiful creatures remaining, and you are not giving them enough of a chance to repopulate. Your reasoning that it is “inconvenient” to land owners and other species and that the wolves have “failed to meet population goals” are merely excuses to allow these animals to die out.

Wildlife is extremely important to the environment, and these wolves are no exception. You cannot allow them to die simply as a matter of convenience; they deserve to retain their protections and have an unconditional chance to rebuild their numbers. Do not revoke the federal protection of the red wolf for such cynical reasons. Let them live.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Steve Hillebrand

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13 Comments

  1. why can’t people leave the animals to live why must they kill kill kill

  2. SAVE THE RED WOLVES TO RECOVER TO THRIVE IN GREAT NATURE NOW.

  3. Rosslyn Osborne says:

    Please do your ‘home work’ on the environmental enrichment’s that wolves do. No wolves will meet their projected population numbers when every grazier come rancher is killing them off or getting the departments that are supposed to be protecting them to kill them off!
    Please stop the stupidity now as it shows how naively ill informed you really are.

  4. Stop the senseless killings now! Every being has a right to live! Learn to coexist with everything! Mankind is the worst murdering, destructive, violent being ever!

  5. Storm A Rathburn says:

    Not in my NC. They live here just like the rest of us in North Carolina and their right to be here should be respected.Don’t say they shouldn’t be here. You can leave before they do.

  6. Caroline Dinnage says:

    The republicans are the beasts that need killing not these poor animals who are simply trying to survive.
    Remember USA, the world is watching you!!

  7. If people want to kill,kill,kill, have them volunteer at the prisons and start killing all the people in there for heinous crimes. Taxpayers don’t have need to be supporting them or all their demands. Death sentence the following week.

  8. Richard Kingery says:

    Let’s put trump the Chump and all his butt buddies on the endangered list.

  9. ITIS THE MOST INSUDIOUS (TRUMP ELEPAHANT) ignorant stupid creep
    that do this to our beautiful wildlife

    these bastards need to disapear
    suffer the same and worse fate

  10. Jaime Perez says:

    Just leave the innocent animals alone! Humans are the worst. They are always upsetting the balance of nature.

  11. Bev Woodburn says:

    Senator Lisa Murkowski (R, Alaska)

    Save the endangered red wolf from extinction.

    The Republican Senate aims to destroy North Carolina’s remaining red wolf population. The species has been under government protection for the past 30 years, but their numbers are still critically low; only around 45 to 60 wolves remain. Now, Republicans want to terminate their protection under the reasoning that the species “has failed to meet population goals” and is “inconveniencing” land owners and other species.

  12. I dont trust any of them in that family they are dis honest and will screw any one that doesnt support them

  13. Yolanda Bernhard says:

    safe the animals

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