Tell Governor Inslee: Stop killing endangered wolves

Dear Governor Inslee,

Washington state officials shot and killed an endangered wolf in September. From a helicopter, they aimed their guns at a gray wolf pup and fired.

This deadly incident is another example of the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife prioritizing cattle over the endangered species they're sworn to safeguard.

Please direct your agency to do its job of protecting endangered gray wolves. Wolves are already struggling to recover. The last thing wolves need is for the agencies tasked with protecting them to shoot them dead.

There are other ways to intervene and prevent wolves from eating livestock, including fences, guard dogs and avoiding grazing in areas near wolf habitat. Shooting endangered wolves is not the solution. Don't let Washington continue to kill endangered wolves.