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Do you want to take action?
yeah, i'll give money.... it doesn't matter though
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WHAT ARE YOU THINKING? THIS IS IMPORTANT!!
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.......... nay
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never
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sorry, i would give money if i could afford it.
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PostSubject: Sad news for Alaska's wolves   Fri Aug 29, 2008 9:20 am

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Dear Forum,

Thank you so much for speaking out and signing our petition to urge Congress to end aerial hunting of wolves. Your signatures are working – there are over 125 co-sponsors of the Protect America’s Wildlife (PAW) Act in Congress now!

But as we are making progress in Congress, there is unfortunately some sad news to report. On Tuesday, Alaska voters defeated a ballot initiative that would have ended the state's brutal aerial hunting program. This news, on top of the recent brutal and illegal killing of 14 wolf pups shows how much we still need to do to protect our wildlife.

That is why we need your help. As we prepare for another bloody aerial hunting season in Alaska, we must redouble our efforts to pass the PAW Act. Please spread the word and help us end aerial hunting of wolves forever – ask three friends to sign our petition today!

Now more than ever we need to ensure that this important bill gets passed. Just weeks ago, state wildlife agency personnel staked out a known wolf denning site -- a practice that is illegal under Alaska law -- and, using helicopters, they gunned down 14 adult wolves from the air, part of an effort to boost caribou populations in Southwest Alaska.

When they landed, they found the 14 helpless pups in the nearby dens -- just weeks old -- and methodically shot each one in the head. 28 wolves gunned down in all.

Please ask three friends to join you in signing our petition to Congress today: http://go.care2.com/e/9B4d/VWUW/240Ohttp://go.care2.com/e/9B4d/VWUW/240O%3C/a%3E


The wolves of Alaska need our help. It's your job to give it to them.


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