Protect Wildlife from Trafficking and Poaching

Trafficking of wildlife and their parts is responsible for a poaching crisis that is claiming the lives of thousands of our most beloved species -- among them elephants, rhinos and tigers. A bill has been introduced by Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Lindsey Graham (R- SC) that would give law enforcement additional tools to crack down on wildlife trafficking networks and protect animals from poachers.

Please call your two U.S. Senators today, and urge support for S. 27. Look up your senators' phone numbers. You can say: "I am a constituent, and I am calling to ask you to please support S. 27 to crack down on wildlife trafficking and poaching."

After making your phone call (please do not skip that crucial step!), fill in and submit the form below to automatically send a follow-up message to your state senator. Legislators receive a lot of email, so be sure to edit your message so it stands out.

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Dear Senator,

Wildlife trafficking not only poses a threat to some of our globe's most beloved wildlife species -- it also threatens U.S. national interests and security in fragile democracies around the world. S. 27, introduced by Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) and Lindsey Graham (R- SC), is a robust response to ensure that prosecution, judiciary and law enforcement branches are equipped with the authority and tools to investigate, interdict and prosecute wildlife crimes. Please protect elephants, rhinos and other beloved species by supporting S. 27.

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