Demand stronger protections for wildlife on federal lands

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Dear Acting Secretary Bernhardt,

Recently obtained video footage pulls back the curtain on the killing of bears in their wintertime dens and exposes it for what it is: Barbaric, unsporting and absolutely cruel.

Although the practice of killing a denning bear and her cubs was prohibited in the game unit where Andrew and Owen Renner killed a mother black bear and her two cubs, there is still deliberation on whether prohibitions of these types of practices on national preserves and the Kenai national wildlife refuge in Alaska should be rolled back.

The Renners' actions make it clear how important it is for us to stop those rollback rules from going into effect. If finalized, additional prohibitions that would be overturned include killing entire wolf packs and their pups at the den, killing brown bears and black bears over bait piles, taking caribou from motorboats and using dogs to hunt black bears on Alaska federal public lands. Two polls of Alaskans show that the majority of the state is against this cruelty to our native carnivores.

Please oppose the rule that would overturn these wildlife protections.

Thank you.

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