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From: Jamie Rappaport Clark, Defenders of Wildlife <>
Date: 2011/9/28
Subject: URGENT: Life or Death for Wolves

We're saving the lives of wolves, but we need your help. Please make a tax-deductible donation now.

Out of Harm's Way: Support Defenders' Wolf-Saving Programs

Support Wolf-Saving Work

Gray Wolf (© Ron Paul)

Defenders' pioneering programs are keeping wolves out of harm's way.

Help Save Our Wolves -- Donate Now

Please donate now to save the lives of wolves in the American West -- and protect the wildlife and wild places you care about.

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Dear Wildlife Supporter,

In the coming months, hundreds of wolves could be killed in the Northern Rockies -- some from ongoing hunting seasons. Others will be gunned down by state or federal agents -- a deadly sentence funded by taxpayer dollars.

The future of wolves in the American West is at stake -- but Defenders' pioneering work is making a difference for these magnificent animals.

Please help secure a lasting future for wolves by supporting the expansion of our proven, on-the-ground work to keep wolves -- and livestock -- out of harm's way.

It's about keeping wolves away from livestock -- using fencing, guard dogs, range riders and other non-lethal methods -- and it's proven to be effective. We know for a fact that where our projects are deployed, wolf lives are saved. Where they are not, tragedy is likely to ensue.

Such a tragedy played out just last month in Idaho. After wolves were suspected of killing livestock, three young wolves were shot from the skies by federal Wildlife Services agents.

Help prevent future tragedies. Please donate now to ensure a lasting future for wolves in the American West -- and protect the wildlife and wild places you care about.

For more than a decade, Defenders has been working on the ground with federal, state and local officials, biologists and ranchers to keep wolves out of harm's way. But in these difficult times, we need your help to fund these urgent, wolf-saving projects.

Your donation will help fund projects that work. Defenders' efforts in Idaho's Wood River Valley have helped keep livestock in the Sawtooth National Forest safe -- and the wolves that live there out of harm's way.

Each year, more than 10,000 sheep graze in the heart of wolf habitat in the Wood River Valley. During the last four years, only a handful of sheep were lost to wolves where Defenders' programs were implemented.

These pioneering programs are just part of Defenders' work to ensure wolves are an enduring part of the American West -- and caring people like you are making a powerful difference.

Please donate now to save the lives of wolves in the Northern Rockies.

Our work to save wolves in the American West is uniquely ambitious -- and so is our goal. We need to raise $75,000 by midnight Friday to ensure we can continue this vital work to save the lives of wolves and other wildlife.

Wildlife Supporter, if just 100 people from give as little as $15 or more, we can easily reach our goal. Will you help?

Together, we can ensure a lasting future for wolves in the American West.

Jamie Rappaport Clark


Jamie Rappaport Clark
Executive Vice President
Defenders of Wildlife

P.S. Please support our wolf-saving work today on our secure website. Or call 1-800-385-9712 to donate by phone.

Defending Wolves

Young Idaho Wolf ( Thanks to the help of Defenders supporters like you, hundreds of thousands of people saw our latest ads in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming -- helping to inform, educate and shift negative public opinion in the region.

More than 70,000 supporters have spoken out against Wyoming's Obama administration-supported plan that allows wolves to be shot-on-sight on our national forests.

But there is much more work to be done. We continue to advocate with state and federal officials on behalf of sound, science-based wolf management and sensible approaches to manage wildlife.

We're expanding our work with ranchers and livestock producers in Idaho, Montana and Wyoming to reduce conflicts and save the lives of wolves and livestock alike.

And as wolves begin to reclaim their native homes in Oregon and Washington, we're working with ranchers, state and local officials and reaching out to the public to ensure these amazing animals thrive.

None of this work is possible without the caring support of people like you. Please donate now to ensure that our work to protect wolves continues.

 © Copyright 2011, Defenders of Wildlife

Defenders of Wildlife is a national, nonprofit membership organization dedicated to the protection of all native wild animals and plants in their natural communities.

Defenders of Wildlife can be contacted at:
1130 17th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20036

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VOCÊ pode salvar uma vida!

"Sou só uma, mas ainda assim sou uma.

Não posso fazer tudo, mas posso fazer alguma coisa.

E por, não poder fazer tudo, não deixarei de fazer o pouco q posso."

Nada + Nada = NADA
Pouco + Pouco = MUITO

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