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Hunting & Wildlife Management

Help predator protections in Alaska National Wildlife Refuges remain intact


We have a huge jeer for the U.S. House of Representatives because members passed a Congressional Review Act resolution (H. J. Res. 69) yesterday to rescind the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s (FWS) Alaska National Wildlife Refuges Rule.

Wisconsin Club Hosts Cruel Killing Contest to "...put the hurt on some coyotes"

We’re disgusted to learn that an ironically named “conservation club” in Burlington, WI will be hosting a coyote trophy hunting contest this weekend intended to “put the hurt on some coyotes”. Abysmal grammar aside, this killing contest is sickening on many levels including the fact that prizes will be given out to hunters who kill the longest and shortest coyotes and that rabbits will be included in the slaughter as well. 

Trumps Raise Funds with Guns

Friends of Animals is disgusted by the news that known trophy-hunters Donald Jr.

URGENT: Your phone call/handwritten letter could kill the NJ bear hunt once and for all


New Jersey's grisly 2016 bear hunt ended Saturday with a record 636 bears slaughtered—bringing the total number of bears killed since Gov. Chris Christie approved a bear hunt in 2010 to appease his hunting cronies to a tragic 3,017.

You can help stop the NJ black bear hunt

New Jersey has vilified black bears and ignored residents who don’t want black bears baited and hunted since Gov. Chris Christie took office in 2010 and he cashed in on campaign promises to pro-hunting groups like the New Jersey Outdoors Alliance, who rallied for his election.

We need your help to stop Philadelphia’s silent but deadly deer hunt


For the last 17 years, the annual slaughter of deer has been continuing silently by the City of Philadelphia, Friends of the Wissahickon, the Fairmount Park Commission, the Pennsylvania Game Commission, Mayor Jim Kenney and Wildlife Services in several parks within Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park System, but that doesn&rs

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