July 8, 2020

Action Needed to Delist the Wolf As a Federally Endangered Species in Wisconsin, Minnesota, Wyoming, Michigan

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US Senate Bill 659—The Bipartisan Sportsman’s Act of 2015 removes the wolf off the Federal Endangered Species List and returns management to the Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources. [This bill includes returning management of wolves to the states of Wyoming, Minnesota, and Michigan. Sportsmen are urged to contact your state’s Congressional representatives on this vote.]

It is critically important for you to contact Senator Ron Johnson and Senator Tammy Baldwin and ask them to vote for SB 659. [For Wisconsin Voters]

Senator Ron Johnson                                          Senator Tammy Baldwin

328 Hart Senate Office Building                        717 Hart Senate Office Building

Washington, D.C. 20510-4905                            Washington, D.C. 20510-4906

202-224-5323                                                        202-224-5653

Also you can contact through                            Also you can contact through

Website: www.ronjohnson.senate.gov              Website: www.baldwin.senate.gov

 

The Bill also increases the amount of Pitman-Robertson Funds that can be used build shooting ranges.

Directs Federal Land Management Agencies to provide more access to Federal Lands.

Reauthorizes the North American Wetland Conservation Act  which funds wetland restoration for waterfowl and other species.

Removes permanently the authority of the USEPA to regulate lead for hunting and fishing equipment.

Reauthorizes the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation which provides funding on a cost share basis for habitat improvement projects across the country.

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