Protect wildlife from trophy hunting
The senseless killing of an animal is always a tragedy, but even more so when that death is for nothing more than a head, hide, or body part for display. Trophy hunting is a cruel and unnecessary practice. In the U.S. alone, trophy hunters kill more than 100,000 native carnivores every year—including bears, wolves, mountain lions, and bobcats.
Killing ecologically critical native carnivores for a mere trophy or for their fur is not acceptable. We can stop this cruelty by supporting policy reform in the states where these species are targeted.
Please take a moment to add your name to our petition opposing trophy hunting in the U.S.!
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There is no scientifically sound reason to trophy hunt wild cats, wolves and bears. They’re critical for their ecosystems and even increase biological diversity. We support a ban on trophy hunting of these animals, who are worth far more to us alive and thriving in the wild than as a trophy in someone’s living room.
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