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2 years ago

 

 

Wolves desperately need your help! Please take action on all three of these! Crosspost and share! TY dearly!
    Michelle >^..^<
TAKE URGENT ACTION AGAINST SPECIAL INTEREST SLAUGHTER OF WOLVES! Special Interests to Fund Slaughter of Wolves - ForceChange 
Animals  (tags: Animal WelfareAnimal CrueltyU.S. War On Wolves ContinuesRocky Mountain Elk Foundation Buys Off UACTION! ) 
 Michelle - 6 days ago - forcechange.com 
The U.S. Wildlife Services recently accepted $51,000 from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation to fund aggressive wolf collaring and killing efforts to counter livestock loss in Montana. KILLING GREY WOLVES IS NOT THE ANSWER! SIGN & VOICE YOUR OPPOSITION!

MINNESOTA'S WOLVES HAVE ONLY ONE GLIMMER OF HOPE...... 
Animals  (tags: killing billS.F. 2171400 wolvesblood bathtrappingsnaringonly for peltsGovMark DaytonMinnesota has good recordcontact gov.don't sign bill ) 
 Maggie - 2 hours ago - causes.com 
FROM GOOD WOLF - URGENT! Please please please help MInnesota wolves! Again, another murderous bill has passed the state legislature and is headed for the governor! Please see contact info for the governor - the people of MN do not want this either!
2 years ago

 

 

To contact Governor Mark Dayton and Lt. Governor Yvonne Prettner Solon, PLEASE write, phone, fax or  e-mail!!! 

Mailing Address:

Office of the Governor 
130 State Capitol 
75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. 
St. Paul, MN 55155

Other ways to reach our office:

Telephone: 651-201-3400 
Toll Free: 800-657-3717 
Minnesota Relay 800-627-3529 
Fax: 651-797-1850 
Contact the Governor's Office

 

Stop Wolf Hunting & Trapping In MN ! PLEASE SIGN ! ! 
Animals  (tags: animalsAnimalWelfarewildlife,protectionenvironmentkillingwildanimals ) 
 Cher - 1 day ago - change.org 
Many Minnesotans do not want the wolves killed randomly by hunting and trapping especially within one year of their federal delisting. We have an opportunity for our state to show that we keep our agreements: the original wolf management plan with its

 

 

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