Stop Wolf Hunting in Wisconsin
- Wisconsin State Assembly
- United States of America
Wolves are a crucial part of our ecosystem, they help prevent the overgrazing of vegetation by herbivores, which would lead to starvation and disease in deer and other animals, which humans eat. They keep the population of old and sick animals down.
The wolf is also regarded as a sacred and cultural animal by many native tribes in our area, which by law were supposed to be consulted about any change in hunting plans, which they were not.
The natural balance and order of the ecosystems will be greatly affected if any of the 700 or so wolves in Wisconsin are killed. Everyone will be affected in some way.
We, the undersigned, plead the Wisconsin State Assembly, to stop this bill from becoming law.
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The Stop Wolf Hunting in Wisconsin petition to Wisconsin State Assembly was written by Jake Tichey and is in the category Animal Rights at GoPetition.