In Salem, and on the pages of the states newspapers, anti-wolf interests are working to undermine wolf recovery. Though most Oregonians value native wildlife and support wolf recovery, the state has bent to political pressure by killing wolves, issuing kill permits, and ignoring conservation.
In a few places, recent opinion pieces have praised the state for killing Oregon's endangered wolves and urged lawmakers to make it even easier to kill Oregon's wolves and other wildlife.
Oregonians welcome wolf recovery and value native wildlife. With wolf kill bills being introduced annually in Salem it's important that your voice is heard, Use the form and suggestions below to respond.
Writing in your own voice is crucial. Let the public know why you support wolf recovery and want the state to focus on conservation, not conflict and killing!
Note: The Oregonian requests a word limit of 150 words. Other papers have slightly higher word count limits. Keep this in mind as your write your letter.
If you live out of state, you can get contact information for the Oregonian (the state's biggest newspaper) by entering the zip code 97217
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