Petition · Idaho Governor C. L. “Butch” Otter: Stop The Execution Of One Grizzly Bear! ·

On Thursday, March 22nd, 2018. Ohio’s Fish and Game Commission voted for a hunt that would allow for the glory killing of one male grizzly bear. This is totally senseless and unjustified action on behalf of an agency that prides itself on conservation and touts the grizzly bears’ recovery as a success.

When the Yellowstone grizzly bears lost their federal protections the grizzly bears’ future landed in the hands of three neighboring states Montana, Wyoming, Idaho. Montana voted against a grizzly bear hunting season. Wyoming is moving forward with plans to slaughter 24 grizzly bears this fall and Idaho has set its sights on one male grizzly bear.

Grizzly bears in the Greater Yellowstone area are challenged with ever-growing threats such as habitat loss, human cause fatalities, lost a vital food sources, and now trophy hunting.

The fact is that this hunt has nothing to do with necessity or science, but rather an agency catering to special interest groups and offering them an opportunity to “bag” their trophy.

3 comments on “Petition · Idaho Governor C. L. “Butch” Otter: Stop The Execution Of One Grizzly Bear! ·

  1. You really think that a governor who goes by the name of “Butch” is going to respond to such a petition? As governor this cretin has been the chief promoter of wolf slaughter in Idaho. Public pleas are worth the effort if being addressed to beings in possession of a brain and a conscience, save your breath trying to get through to this moral degenerate. Greater success could have been expected sending a petition opposing serial murder to Ted Bundy.

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    • Not really… but I didn’t start this petition,I’m just posting and hopefully people will see what Butch and his Goonies are!! Because I don’t understand how these Pricks are getting voted in!!!!


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