Protect Grizzly Bears From Slaughter by Hunters

Target: Jason Nixon, Alberta Minister of Environment and Parks

Goal: Continue to protect grizzly bears and do not remove their “threatened” status.

The province of Alberta is considering removing the “threatened” status of grizzly bears and the accompanying protections. This would allow grizzly bears to be hunted once again and would also reduce legal repercussions for people who kill them in self-defense. If grizzly bears are no longer protected, their habit would no longer have the same protection, further threatening the species.

Grizzly bears have been protected since 2005 because their populations had decreased drastically due to hunting, poaching, and other human interference. In the last few years, the bears’ population has made a significant comeback. Because of this, Alberta is considering turning them from a magnificent creature that deserves our respect into an animal that is killed, abused and threatened for human entertainment and profit.

Sign this petition to encourage the government to continue to protect grizzly bears in western Canada.

PETITION LETTER:

Dear Honourable Nixon,

The province of Alberta protected the grizzly bears since 2005. During this time, their population has thrived in the absence of human hunting and interference. Because of this, the province has considered removing the bears’ “threatened” status.

I am very disappointed that the government is even considering this. The only reason grizzly bears are not extinct is because they have been protected from human hunting, poaching, and habitat destruction.

I urge you to continue to protect this magnificent creature.

Sincerely,

[Your Name Here]

Photo Credit: Denali National Park and Preserve




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50 Comments

  1. STOP KILLING THESE BEARS!!!! JUST STOP!!!

  2. Do not have to keep killing

  3. Susana Santos says:

    Stop the killing these bears deserve to be in a sanctuary safe and well

  4. Catherine Boden says:

    Why must the killing of such beautiful and endangered creatures be considered as ‘sport’? Please do not allow this slaughter to go ahead.

  5. Val Gaffney says:

    There should be no need for a petition if those in charge had some commonsense! These poor bears should be protected not hunted down and killed by some preverse human being who calls this “sport” It isn’t sport it is murder in the first degree and anyone found doing this should be shot and killed on the spot – no questions asked WE MUST PROTECT OUR WILDLIFE FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

  6. Michelle Stewart says:

    Stop killing all the bears and their cubs.

  7. Wildlife of every type needs to be protected from the thrill-killing, bait and murder punks…..IMO

  8. Rose Coffey says:

    The bears should absolutely NOT be removed from the threatened animal list. Think of all the mistakes that have been made in this area in the past. We need to learn to do the right thing!

  9. Julia Edinger says:

    STOP THE KILLING OF INNOCENT CUB’S AND ADULT BEAR’S‼️

  10. Brenda Burke says:

    What the h*’ll is wrong with people. What does killing do for you??? Make you feel special somehow??? Actually it makes a lot more than half the worlds population hate you.

  11. Do we really have to kill everything that moves?
    Isn’t it time people changed their mindsets – hunting doesn’t have to be a tradition or part of a culture in the 21st century. It certainly isn’t macho! Start new traditions and cultures – ones that are more ethical.

  12. Basta ya de la matanza de estos inocentes osos, y fuerte castigo a los crueles cazadores !!!!

  13. How much dirty money in grubby brown envelopes has swapped hands just so these beautiful animals can be killed?
    It stinks, pure and simple!!
    Bears,and indeed all Wildlife were not put on this earth for the amusement and entertainment of humans.
    Killing these magnificent animals should be made illegal, followed by a prison sentence.
    This disgusting decision will open the floodgates for every brain dead Lulu to run wild with a high powered rifle!!!

    • RENA VAN STEELE says:

      SO WELL SAID AND SO VERY TRUE STEVE. YES DIRTY MONEY AND CORRUPTION. NOTHING NEW HERE IN ALBERTA AND FESTERING IN POLITICAL OFFICES EVERYWHERE IN CANADA. CORRUPTION RUN’S RAMPID IN THIS “VERY GOOD COUNTRY”. BUT WITH SUCH WHITE CRISPY SHIRTS AND VERY NICE SUITES. AND SOMEONE WHO KNOWS HOW TO LIE AND SMILE AT THE SAME TIME IS ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL SERVICES HERE IN CANADA. SOMEONE NEEDS TO FLUSH THE BIG TOILET. THERE IS FAR TOO MUCH SHIT (SORRY TO ALL THE DECENT PEOPLE WHO UNDERSTAND COMMON SENSE) FESTERING IN THESE OFFICES. CORRUPTION, LIES, CONMEN/WOMEN, CHEATERS (ALL HAPPILY BACKED BY OUR CANADIAN GOVERNMENT),…WHO GET AWAY WITH …….ANYTHING,…IF THEY SAY THEY ARE SORRY FIRST. WHAT A JOKE OUR POLITICAL AND JUDICIAL SYSTEM IS.

  14. Fuck the hunters!!!

  15. Raymond Stevens says:

    I say let’s hunt and shoot fucking trophy hunters with their own goddamn guns.

  16. ALL HUNTERS KILLING PROTECTED BEARS AND ALL OTHER ANIMALS SHOULD BE KILLED ON THE SPOT WHERE THEY STAND!!! STOP KILLING BEARS, WOLVES, ELEPHANTS, ALL BIG CATS, BIRDS, WHALES, AND ALL OTHER SPECIES OF ANIMALS IMMEDIATELY!!!!

  17. Lasciate in pace gli orsi!!

  18. The bears need to be in the wilderness as intended. Man invades everything. How evil is it to want to kill and claim as a trophy with pride. The verbiage in itself is diseased. It’s sick. If there was any connection to nature these warped minds would appreciate the beauty of these all creatures alive and well roaming free in peace. Too many humans are a plague to this planet; period.

  19. There are limited number of grizzlies worldwide. Hunters will make them go extinct. STOP MURDERING BEARS.

  20. Fuck the subhumans!!!!!

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