Wolves from Yellowstone National Park have been killed just outside the park’s borders. The reported death count as of November 20, 2012, is seven. Five of these animals were wearing radio collars and were the subjects of intensive conservation study.
Wild wolves must roam widely in search of food and mates, both of which are critical for survival of the species. Naturally, it happens from time to time that they venture beyond the unfenced boundary of the park.
We think caring people will agree that the killing of Yellowstone wolves is unconscionable. Please join us in telling the governors of Wyoming and Montana to put an immediate stop to the wolf hunt in lands on the periphery of the park.
The petition is here.