Tell The Fish and Wildlife Service Not To Partner With The NRA

Gray wolf

Trump’s outgoing U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Aurelia Skipwith just signed an agreement to work with the NRA to recruit and train more Americans to shoot wild animals.

Tell the Service this agreement is unacceptable and must be broken immediately.

This partnership will allow more animals to be shot — paid for by the agency tasked with protecting wildlife while funneling taxpayer dollars to a far-right gun-industry mouthpiece.

Throughout its anti-wildlife term, the Trump administration has moved to expand trophy hunting. It created an illegal wildlife council rigged with trophy hunters and issued permits to import body parts of threatened leopards and lions.

The administration moved to increase hunting of bobcats, mountain lions and foxes in more national wildlife refuges across the country and now wants to arm and train more people to gun down animals.

With wolves across the lower 48 no longer federally protected, more states could hold wolf trophy hunts this year.

This last attack runs directly counter to the purpose of the Service. In no way should it use its position as wildlife’s protector to enlist more Americans to hunt and kill wildlife.

The agreement between the Department of Interior and the NRA should be torn up and cancelled immediately.

Tell the Service to end this partnership with the NRA right away.

Petition: https://act.biologicaldiversity.org/oW6Lb8rt00GW7LQc0ohwtA2?fbclid=IwAR2x3VloaWS0RpYw9BzKaNyOAa28bv_rykKa9MJwZLtfcJeESIgNEctKXBs

4 thoughts on “Tell The Fish and Wildlife Service Not To Partner With The NRA

  1. petition signed….the assault on wildlife continues. It’s just hopeless. Skipworth has stated that hunting and fishing are the backbone of conservation; more lies and less protection for animals. What about people who enjoy the outdoors who don’t want to slaughter wildlife? And teaming up with the disgraced NRA…give me a frigging break.

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