Protect Alaska’s Bears, Wolves, and Other Rare Animals from Slaughter

Target: Greg Sheehan, Director of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Department

Goal: Ensure protection of Alaska’s endangered bears, wolves, and other predators.

Most recently on his laundry list of environmental blunders, President Trump has now overturned a crucial protection rule that was preserving Alaskan wildlife. The Refuge Rule was installed in the state of Alaska to protect animals such as bears and wolves from hunters who sought to control the populations in local areas. Initially the rule was created as a way to provide ecological balance between the caribou and the predators (such as bears and wolves) because of inhumane poaching techniques used by hunters.

The leader of the Humane Society called this move “an outrage for any animal lover in America” and his point is backed up by animal rights activists across the country. The only way to stop this act is to have the U.S. Fish and Wildlife department reinstate the Refuge Rule. Stand with us in demanding U.S. Fish and Wildlife protect endangered species and reinstate the crucial Refuge Rule.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Mr. Sheehan,

President Donald J. Trump seems to have a special hatred for the environment and all those who inhabit the land. His policies seem to directly support the belief that he does not care about what happens to any life aside from his. The Refuge Rule overturn is a huge loss for Alaska to take as the state fights to protect its evolving wildlife.

Laws like this may seem small because they are based on one state, but if we allow Alaska to start killing its wildlife, what is to stop other states from following suit? We need to stand up for our endangered wildlife immediately. We demand you do something about this outrageous ban.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Carl Chapman

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10 Comments

  1. KatWrangler Welch says:

    America can’t ever be great in ANY way if we keep dismantling the protections we’ve fought for in the past forty years.

    Alaska should be hands-off! It’s really one of the last wild places in our country. So should ANY PROTECTED are, refuge, monument…

  2. KatWrangler Welch says:

    whoops! — should be protected AREA.

  3. Richard Hofman Richard Hofman says:

    Donald, Donald, you would like to see your homeland like to be a desert land one day, isn’t it?

  4. See guys, the problem here is that these animals are by no means “rare”…not at all! You’re barking up a non-existent tree!

  5. Julie Bates says:

    Greg Sheehan who died and made u king of the animal kingdom ???? Put your shit together and PROTECT what little u have left !!! It’s people like u who only care for your pay checks and he’ll with the ENVIROMENT u are designated to protect…..now isn’t that the truth…..shame shame shame on YOU!!!

  6. Jaime Perez says:

    All animals deserve to be protected and treated with respect and compassion. Leave the animals alone and let them live in peace and safety.

  7. PROTECT THE WILDLIFE EARTH NEEDS NOW.

  8. Lisa Allred says:

    Signed & Shared❗️😠

  9. Dress that so-called leader in a Bear Suit, then send him out there!!!!. Demented Ass/H!!!

  10. Killing = morons!
    Government – use your intelligence, promote Eco-tourism! This provides jobs for hundreds for decades to come. Killing serves a few. What will they kill when all wildlife is gone?

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