We’re turning up the heat on Cabela’s to stop
sponsoring cruel wolf-killing derbies and funding anti-wolf
people like you have already sent more than 100,000
messages to Cabela’s urging them to end their support for
wolf-killing predator derbies.
despite the public outrage, the company has yet to act. We must increase
media attention and public action directed at them.
wrote earlier, this major outdoor retailer has been sponsoring
wolf-killing derbies -- brutal competitions where contestants vie to see
how many wolves and other animals they can kill, with three points awarded
for each dead wolf.
proceeds from these derbies are being used to support anti-wolf litigation
to block the restoration of life-saving federal protections for
these magnificent animals.
full-page ad spotlights the support of Cabela’s for
wolf-killing predator derbies in Idaho that have been held by the
misleadingly named Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife -- the same group that
is also lobbying for the awful anti-wolf bill that we’re fighting in
help, we’re going to run the full-page color ad this Saturday
in Sidney, Nebraska -- home of the Cabela’s corporate
going to let every manager, receptionist, office worker, accountant and
employee at Cabela’s corporate headquarters know that the
company's sponsorship of these terrible killing contests is hurting
their bottom line.
features quotes from wildlife-loving outdoor enthusiasts, hunters and
anglers who have vowed to stop shopping at Cabela’s until the company
stops sponsoring wolf-killing derbies.
your tax-deductible contribution will do a lot more.
We’re keeping the pressure on Cabela’s with our national
activist mobilization. We’re fighting Sportsmen for Fish and Wildlife in
Utah and in federal court. We’re educating others on the important
role that wolves play in restoring the balance of nature. And we’re
intensifying our campaign to convince President Obama to restore
life-saving federal protections for these long-persecuted