by Suzanne Asha Stone
Of course you would – yet the Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission is currently deciding whether to strip all 77 gray wolves in Oregon of state Endangered Species Act protections.
Join Our Webinar on Wolves on Wednesday, July 8th at 7:30 pm PDT and learn why this is happening and what you can do to shape the future of wolves in Oregon!
According to Oregon’s wolf management plan, this meager population of just 77 wolves is enough to allow the Commission to evaluate whether the state will continue to protect or take away state Endangered Species Act protections from wolves – leaving only a handful in Western Oregon to be protected under the federal Endangered Species Act.
No other native species has been removed from the state’s Endangered Species List with a population of fewer than 100 individuals statewide.
RSVP now for a webinar on the future of Oregon’s wolves!
The Oregon Fish and Wildlife Commission will soon decide the fate of wolves in the state – that’s why it’s so important to learn more about the impact of this decision and how you can voice YOUR concerns and preferences regarding this important decision! I’ll be speaking about wolf issues across the nation and in Oregon and why it’s so important to protect these amazing animals.
So join me on July 8th at 7:30pm PDT for an informative and interactive webinar on wolves!
Suzanne Asha Stone
Senior Northwest Representative
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