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Hunting & Wildlife Management

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

Annual Elk Hunt Underway at Grand Teton National Park

We have a huge jeer for the annual elk hunt underway at Grand Teton National Park.

USFWS Expands Fishing and Hunting on 13 Wildlife Refuges

We have a huge jeer for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, which has decimated the meaning of “refuge” with its decision to expand fishing and hunting opportunities on 13 refuges throughout the service’s National Wildlife Refuge System. And to add insult to injury, the agency made the disgusting announcement yesterday on World Animal Day.

CITES Fails African Elephants

We are devastated to learn that all of Africa’s elephants have been denied the highest level of international protections during this year's meeting of the Convention in the Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) that’s been underway in Johannesburg, South Africa for the last two weeks.

Youth Trapping Camps Teach Kids it's OK to Kill

Since numbers of hunters continue to decline, state wildlife agencies in the United States are working overtime to entice adolescents into participating into the violent hunting culture through “Youth Trapping Camp” weekends for kids like the ones Friends of Animals discovered kicking off in upstate New York over Columbus Day Weekend.

Poaching of elephants worse than ever...but you can help turn the tide


African elephant populations have decreased by 110,000 over the past 10 years, the biggest decline in 25 years, according to the African Elephant Status Report presented Friday at the Conference of Parties to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) underway in Johannesburg.

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