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Fri, Nov 22, 2013
Stand With Wolves in Sacramento Nov. 22
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed stripping Endangered Species Act protection from most wolves across the lower 48. This plan is both misguided and reckless -- and it walks away from a 40-year commitment to gray wolves across the country.
But before the Service finalizes this proposal, it's holding hearings across the country to get public input. Now the continued survival of gray wolves depends on you.
When wolf packs with pups roam, the packs regroup at a designated location -- scientists call these meeting places rendezvous sites. The Center for Biological Diversity and our allies are organizing a rendezvous site for wolf supporters to gather to stand up for these noble animals.
Rendezvous with us in Sacramento on Friday, Nov. 22 for a rally against Fish and Wildlife's plan to abandon wolf recovery. Join other activists, listen to rousing speakers -- including the Center's West Coast wolf organizer, Amaroq Weiss -- and learn why a national wolf recovery plan is urgently needed.
RSVP using the form below, and we'll get back to you with more event details soon.
The rally begins at 4 p.m. at the entrance to the hotel and the hearing starts at 6 p.m. Wondering what to wear? Check out our video to learn how to make a wolf mask. We've also been informed that musician Matt Stone will be performing "Spirit of the Wolf" at the Sacramento meeting.
Courtyard by Mariott (Sacramento Cal Expo)
1782 Tribute Road
Sacramento, CA 95815
The rally will take place at the entrance to the hotel, and the hearing will be held in the Golden State Ballroom.