Tell USDA: Stop Wildlife Services from slaughtering wolves
Wolf pups are blind and deaf for the first several weeks of their lives, and won't leave their den until they are six weeks old. Completely defenseless, they are fed and cared for by the adults in their pack.
But even their pack can't defend vulnerable pups from government-authorized slaughter. Eight wolf pups were recently killed by Wildlife Services in the Boise National Forest. And last year, Wildlife Services killed 381 wolves and five endangered lobos. Our vulnerable wolf population can't take this kind of sustained slaughter.
I urge you to immediately suspend the killing of wolves by Wildlife Services.