USA: Duck Meat and Gray Wolves – Video To Watch and Actions To Take.

Another Grocer Stops Purchases of Duck Meat From Culver Duck Farms

After hearing from PETA, Southeastern Grocers (the parent company of Winn-Dixie) ended purchases from Culver Duck Farms! Ask other companies to reconsider their relationship with the company, as birds will continue to suffer in dank sheds at Culver as long as companies continue to sell their flesh.

Watch whistleblower footage here – and then take action:

Whistleblower Alerts PETA to Suffering at Culver Duck | PETA Investigates

Northern Rocky Mountain Gray Wolves Need Federal Protection—Message Now

There’s good news, and there’s bad news: Although gray wolves in 44 states are once again protected under the Endangered Species Act, those in Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and portions of several surrounding states continue to be unprotected. These animals are in danger of potentially being massacred. Help them by contacting the secretary of the interior today.

Update: March 7, 2022
Some good news for gray wolves! On February 10, a U.S. district court reinstated federal protections for gray wolves across much of the country, ruling that the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service had failed to show that wolf populations could be maintained once the animals’ protections under the federal Endangered Species Act (ESA) were removed. Although gray wolves in 44 states will once again be protected under the ESA, those in the Northern Rocky Mountains—Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, and portions of several surrounding states—continue to be unprotected by it, even though these states have declared open season on massacring these animals!

Please contact Secretary of the Interior Deb Haaland via this online e-mail form and urge her to implement immediate emergency protections for gray wolves and to reinstate full federal protections for them under the ESA.

Take Action:

Contact Interior | U.S. Department of the Interior (doi.gov)

Regards Mark

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