There is no honor nor sportsmanship in allowing killing of wolves national preserves
Killing wolves and their pups, shooting mother bears and cubs in their dens, aerial gunning, snaring…
These unethical practices have no place anywhere on North American lands, and least of all on OUR national refuges and preserves.
Yet today’s reporting by the The Sacramento Bee and the work of PEER reveal that the Interior Department and key House representatives have been maneuvering to open National Park Service (NPS) lands to extreme killing measures.
Furthermore, to ensure that the “Sportsmen’s Heritage And Recreational Enhancement act” (SHARE Act) finds its way into law, the White House reportedly prohibited the NPS from sharing its concerns about the legislation with Congress.
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke, there is no honor nor sportsmanship in allowing these practices on national preserves.