Protect Wolves

Removing wolves from the Endangered Species List would upset the ecological balance and diversity of their region.

Removing wolves from the Endangered Species List would upset the ecological balance and diversity of their region.

Wolves are a top predator and, as such, are important to the ecological balance of a region. Removing wolves from the Endangered Species List would upset that balance. When there is a healthy population of wolves, elk populations are healthier, streams run cold and clear, and other wildlife populations are in balance. Therefore, it is imperative that wolves remain on the Endangered Species List for their own protection as well as the protection of a region.

Until a master plan has been prepared that takes into consideration the ecological diversity of the areas where wolves live and the important part wolves play in maintaining that diversity, wolves should remain on the Endangered Species List.

Write the president and the secretary of Interior your views on protecting wolves in the United States.

The Honorable Barack Obama
President
166 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20500

The Honorable Sally Jewell
Secretary
Department of Interior
1849 C Street, NW
Washington DC 20240

One Response to “Protect Wolves”

  1. matthewsted Says:

    Reblogged this on matthewsted and commented:
    Well worth protection!


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