Ban the use of snowmobiles and motorized vehicles to kill

Mexican gray wolf

Take Action: Urge Wyoming to Ban the Use of Snowmobiles and Other Motorized Vehicles to Chase Down and Kill Wolves

A Wyoming hunter has been cited after chasing and injuring a wolf on his snowmobile, taping their mouth shut, bringing them to his home and a bar, before killing them. It's time to ban the use of snowmobiles and motorized vehicles to chase and kill wolves.

Wolf killing in Wyoming isn’t ethical hunting or necessary “wildlife management” - it’s animal cruelty and should be punished as such. Take action now against this cruel form of hunting.

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Ban the use of Snowmobiles and Other Vehicles to Chase Down and Kill Wolves

Dear [Decision Maker],

Thank you to Governor Mark Gordon for acknowledging that cruelty to any wildlife is unacceptable, and denouncing the brutal torture and killing of the young wolf.

I am reaching out to urge you to ban the use of snowmobiles and other motorized vehicles including aircraft, automotive vehicles, trailers, motor-propelled wheeled vehicles, or other vehicles designed for travel over snow for the purposes of chasing down and killing wolves in the state of Wyoming.

Wildlife policies that legalize and liberalize the cruel killing of native predators only breed further vitriol and hatred towards these animals; they don't accomplish any management goals.



This cruel event should encourage Wyoming legislators and wildlife advocates to band together and ban the use of snowmobiles and other motorized vehicles to kill wolves in Wyoming and other states.

Sincerely,
[Your Name]
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