Petition: Stop U.S. Lottery To Kill Off 400 Bison In The Grand Canyon

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Steffi P started this petition to President Joseph R. Biden and 1 other

Stop U.S lottery to kill off 400 Bison in the Grand Canyon. 

Bison constantly face extinction and are endangered. The U.S. National Park are going to hire 12 skilled hunters to control the Bison population of a total of 600 Bison over populated in the Grand Canyon. Only 200 Bison will remain after this contract. 

 A better solution to handle an endangered species is to RELOCATE the Bison to another location where they can roam and multiply freely. Perhaps to other known locations where they once roamed where there’s no concern of Bison population. 

This petition is a matter in holding the U.S. Federal government and U.S. National Park accountable in stopping similar future lotteries involving killing of wildlife and to find better solutions in preserving wildlife and parks. 

This lottery affects people in the community and across the world, the land, and our future. 

There’s no space for the Bison so there’s no space to lose this petition. Please sign this petition today so we can preserve the National park and the Bison. 

Winning this petition is a must! Let’s all work together to hold the U.S. government accountable to see that the Bison roam new land ‘LIKE’ perhaps Alberta Canada?! 

https://www.change.org/p/united-states-department-of-the-interior-save-the-bison-stop-conservation-lottery?recruiter=4939987&utm_source=share_petition&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=psf_combo_share_initial&recruited_by_id=293f9100-c0af-012f-685d-4040ea65fa16

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