Happy With Salazar’s Decision to Leave Wolf Management to the States?

Let him know.Interior Secretary Ken Salazar upheld the decision made by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to remove gray wolves from the federal endangered list in the Northern Rockies and the western Great Lakes regions earlier this month. He is now getting a lot of heat for the decision from animal rights activists and 4100FPS from the PredatorMasters Forums has some advice for those that support Salazar’s decision:

Make your voice heard. Call the US Fish and
Wildlife Service at 1-800-344-9453 (between 8:00 AM and 8:00 PM Eastern
Time, Monday-Friday), select option “3” (for endangered species) and
hit “0” to speak with the operator. Once you are connected, just
deliver this simple message:

My name is ****** and I am
calling from ****** to express my heartfelt appreciation for Interior
Secretary Salazar’s decision to implement the plan to eliminate
Endangered Species Act protections for wolves in Idaho and Montana.

is the time to allow the affected States to manage their Wolf
population as they do with all other species. I strongly urge Secretary
Salazar to continue the implementation of this important decision.

I’d add that the decision affects more than the Idaho and Montana region. It also covers parts of Washington, Oregon and Utah, and the Great Lakes states of Michigan, Minnesota and Wisconsin.

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