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Your Voice Can Save Wolves

Defenders of Wildlife / March 17, 2010


Your Voice Can Save Wolves

Since 2003 more than 1,000 wolves have been chased down by gunmen in aircraft and killed with high-powered rifles.
Please urge your senator to support the PAW Act -- legislation to stop brutal and unfounded aerial gunning of wolves.

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Since 2003 more than 1,000 wolves in Alaska have been chased down by gunmen in aircraft and high-powered rifles. Riddled with gunshots, the wolves often die a slow and painful death.

Your senator can help end Alaska's unnecessary and brutal aerial killing program -- and make sure it doesn’t spread beyond Alaska’s borders.
Write your senator today and urge support for the Protect America’s Wildlife (PAW) Act -- 
vital legislation to end Alaska’s terrible aerial gunning program, and prevent programs like it from spreading.

Alaska officials are moving quickly to expand their brutal wolf-killing operations near the Yukon-Charlie Rivers National Preserve
-- the same area where 84 wolves were gunned down last year.

The PAW Act would rein in Alaska’s out-of-control wolf-killing program -- and we’ve never been closer to passing this crucial legislation.

Already in the Congress, 130 U.S. Representatives and 7 senators have signed on as cosponsors of this important legislation.

As a member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, your senator will play a key role in the passage of this important wolf-saving bill. 

Will you help convince your senator to support the PAW Act?

We can save the lives of wolves and other wildlife threatened by Alaska’s unnecessary and unscientific aerial gunning program, but we need your help to win.

I hope you’ll take the time to use your voice and make a difference…

Robert Dewey 
With great appreciation,

Robert Dewey
Defenders of Wildlife Action Fund


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