Hey guys, This seems like a worthy issue to support. We can't afford to lose the information battle after gaining so much ground on this issue.
I gave $25 and am asking many of you to do the same or more.
Once again, America’s moose, elk and other wildlife need your help. There is a major highway billboard campaign aimed at stopping wolf management in the Northern Rockies. Big Game Forever needs your help to educate the public and the 3.4 million annual visitors to Yellowstone National Park of the importance of restoring balance through responsible wolf, moose and elk management.
Here is what is happening. Over Memorial Day weekend, a new series of billboards popped up on several major highways leading to Yellowstone Park. It appears that these billboards are aimed at influencing national sentiment against responsible wolf management. Here is a photo of one billboard that was sent to us from a member of Big Game Forever.
With so few moose remaining in the Greater Yellowstone Area, it is a tragic reminder how the failure to responsibly manage wolves has negatively impacted wildlife in the Northern Rockies. Big Game Forever has been working over the past several weeks to respond to this misplaced advertising attack.
We have reserved a number of billboards around Idaho and Montana to educate the public about the very real moose crisis emerging in wolf states of Montana, Idaho, Wyoming and Minnesota. We are also working with a coalition of conservation-minded sportsmen to place billboards in Cody Wyoming.
Please go to http://biggameforever.org and click on the “Donate” button. A number of generous private donors have already stepped up to match your donation. Your $25 dollar donation becomes $50. Your $100 donation becomes $200. Please go to http://biggameforever.org and click on the “Donate” button. 100% of the donations received during this campaign will go to this important educational campaign. Your generous donation makes all the difference.
Thank you for your generosity and support of elk, moose and deer recovery in America.
President and CEO
Big Game Forever