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Stop the hunting of Wolves!
In Wisconsin alone, over 200 wolves (1/4 of the population) will be hunted down and killed this year for no reason other than sport. Their crime? being taken off of the "threatened" list in 2012.
The hunt was initially paused in the courts due to the use of packs of hunting dogs as a hunting method which was considered unethical (as opposed to bait, night hunting, crossbows, bows or traps).
Your voice can make a difference! Click on the picture above for more information from 'Stop the Wisconsin Wolf Hunt.' I'm personally opposed to any hunt where the animal isn't used. If you're going to kill it, you better eat it!
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