Tell US Forest Service: Stop the State of Idaho from Killing Wolves
In a brazen act of blind deference to Idaho's anti-wolf state game agency, the United States Forest Service (USFS) is allowing a hired hunter paid by the state of Idaho to live in a USFS ranger cabin while he kills 2 packs of wolves.
This betrayal of federal responsibility should be stopped immediately and procedures enacted to prevent it from happening again. These two wolf packs were brought back through the tireless work of conservation and wildlife officials to benefit the wilderness they now inhabit. Shockingly, Idaho intends to kill each and every one of the wolves from these packs in an attempt to make it easier for elk hunters to locate their prey.
Take action today by emailing the Chief of US Forest Service and the Supervisor of the Payette National Forest and demanding that they immediately revoke this state-hired trapper's access to USFS Rangers' cabins and access to its airfield.