We're halfway through the campaign to protect wolves from senseless killing.
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committee to Keep Michigan Wolves
Protected, 5859 W. Saginaw Hwy.
#273, Lansing, MI 48917
February 28, 2013
27 Days to Help Wolves
Michigan's fragile wolf population is in serious danger after state legislators passed a bill allowing wolves to be hunted for sport and trophies late last year. But thanks to volunteers working tirelessly every day in freezing temperatures, we may be able to stop this senseless killing.
We've collected more than 100,000 signatures to protect wolves. This has been no small feat. But in just 27 days, Keep Michigan Wolves Protected will need to turn in 225,000 signatures to get a referendum on the ballot.
We have a lot of work left to do to reach our goal. Help us get the word out by sharing our graphic on Facebook today.
Wayne Pacelle, President & CEO
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