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Help Stop a Killing Contest on National Forest Lands!

Despite the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) rightly withdrawing its permission for a “hunters' rights” organization to hold a commercial predator killing contest on 3 million acres of public lands, the sponsors of the derby are still determined to move forward – so they’re planning to hold it on national forest and private lands.

We need to make it clear once and for all that the federal government should not be in the business of approving 19th century predator killing tactics.

The U.S. Forest Service needs to do its job and ensure that national forest lands are protected for the enjoyment of all Americans. BLM stepped up for predator conservation, and now it’s time for the Forest Service to step up as well.

Please take immediate action and tell Secretary Vilsack to close our national forests to Idaho’s appalling wolf and predator killfest!


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Deny Idaho's Killing Competition on National Forest Lands!

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