Center for Biological Diversity

Save Oregon's First Family of Wolves

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The latest attack on Oregon's wolves comes from the Oregon Cattlemen's Association, making a push for reckless legislation that would tamper with the state's Endangered Species Act and allow for the annihilation of the Imnaha pack.

The pack was the first to establish and produce pups in the state in more than 60 years.  While measures should be taken to prevent depredation of livestock, there are better ways to keep cattle safe than killing the family of Journey, the wolf that has captured the nation's imagination with its thousand-mile expedition to become the first wolf in California in nearly a century.

Last fall, the Center for Biological Diversity and allies won an emergency stay of execution from the Oregon Court of Appeals that stopped the state from killing two wolves in the Imnaha pack -- a stay that remains in place while the Oregon Cattlemen's Association pushes this appalling bill. 

Help us continue to defend the pack by filling out the form below and asking Oregon state officials to oppose this legislation and the killing of the Imnaha pack.

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Please take action by March 1, 2012.

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