Tell the Game Commission: No traps on state trust lands!

Our state’s Game Commission unanimously ruled to open up 9 million acres of state trust land to cruel and deadly leg-hold traps. Their aggressive and unfounded assault on New Mexico’s cougars threatens not only its targets, but also endangered and protected species, family dogs, hikers, tourists, and young children.

 

Use the content below to help write to the New Mexico State Game Commission declaring your opposition to their decision on the Cougar Rule. Our drafted letter will get you started, but remember that personalizing it and explaining your opposition in your own words has a much more powerful impact. We will keep you updated on the progress of our fight to ban leg-hold traps through emails and social media.


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