UPDATE- 4.13.17:  Read here.  Your voice is needed to compel the California Fish and Game Commission (Commission) to comply with state law regarding trapping fees and to help protect wolves in California from night-hunting and indiscriminate traps!

Project Coyote and the Center for Biological Diversity have petitioned the Commission to better protect wolves returning to their native home of California from night-hunting and lethal trapping and to comply with state laws regarding agency responsibility to implement adequate fees to cover administrative and implementation costs of wildlife programs such as trapping.

Read more about both petitions:

Wolf protection – click here.
Trapping fees – click here.

Our petitions will be considered by the Commission at the upcoming Commission meeting on Wednesday, February 8th, and we need your help in supporting these petitions! You can help by taking any or all of the three simple actions below:

1. Join Project Coyote, the Center for Biological Diversity, and allies at the upcoming Fish and Game Commission meeting and make your voice heard in support of this petition. More information and the meeting agenda can be found here (public testimony is limited to a few minutes and should be delivered during the Public Forum (agenda item #4 on Feb. 8th):

What: California Fish and Game Commission meeting
When: Wednesday Feb. 8, 2017 (agenda here) @ 8:30 a.m.
Where: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Sonoma Wine Country, One DoubleTree Drive, Rohnert Park, CA
More info.: http://www.fgc.ca.gov/meetings/2017/Feb/02080917agd.pdf

2. Sign our two Change.org petitions and share these two petitions with others; we will hand deliver your signatures to the Commission:

Trapping petition: click here.
Wolf protection: click here.

3. Help keep these issues in the public eye by submitting Letters to the Editor to your local paper(s). Use our tips and tools for writing LTE’s.

Thank you for speaking out for wildlife in California!