Sunday, June 2, 2013


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Hello Wolf Folks!
If you would, we need to go another round of emails to #keepwolveslisted

We need to speak to Nancy Sutley, who is the chair of the Council on Environmental Quality = CEQ, Nancy Sutley reports directly to President Barack Obama and is responsible for coordinating the actions of all federal agencies who deal with protections of USA wildlife, land, air and water. We need to implore that she use her position to intervene for our wolves and make the decision to keep them listed under the federal protection of the the Endangered Species Act a permanent decision, not just the temporary stay of execution that we have now. 

Website: Council on Environmental Quality 
 Web Contact: Contact the Council on Environmental Quality 

This is the email link:

This is the page the email link is on, under share your ideas

Address: The White House 
1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW 
Washington, DC 20500
Phone Number: (202) 456-1111
(202) 456-1414 (Switchboard)
TTY: (202) 456-6213

Here is mine, please do add, edit, and most preferably use as an example to write your own, as it has more impact .

Greetings Nancy Sutley!

My name is ............ , and I need to ask you to do me a huge favor.
I need for you to use every resource you have at your disposal to protect America's wolves by listing them under the Endangered Species Act federal protections.

I assume you already know all of the stats, facts, and backstory here.
Already I have written to the Secretary or the Interior, Sally Jewell, President Barack Obama, and my state senators and representatives.

Please, we need your help for our wolves.
Over 75,000 wolf activists have voiced their opposition to this dangerous decision to delist America's wolves from the E.S.A.

Since Ken Salazar decided that it was a good idea to do so, we have witnessed the slaughter of 1500 wolves in the U.S.A.
Nancy, our wolves will NEVER recover at this rate, and we will indeed be reporting that the American wolf in the wild has been listed as extinct, if this decision is not reversed permanently.

Thank you for your time, and I look forward to hearing that you have taken strong action to ensure that our wolves have a chance to survive another generation.


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