Stop trohy hunting
hunted elephant

WILDlife should not be slaughtered just for bragging rights.
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“ Trophy hunting does not ensure the survival of wild species, as hunters claim, but depletes them further, leaving already endangered species more vulnerable to the threats that drive extinction. Besides the loss of an individual animal, its removal can set off a cascade of destructive consequences for its family and social group, its gene pool, and the survival of future generations. Strong gene pools and disease resistance, as well as knowledge of ancient migration pathways and how to survive droughts, are all needed more than ever now, due to the impacts of climate change and habitat loss. ”

United States Secrectary of the Interior

Urgent Action needed to stop the Imports of Hunting Trophies

GMFER letter

Join the coaltion and act now. Write the Secretary of the Interior. Tell her to stop the import of animal trophies into the United States.

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Take Action!

Demand the Dept of Interior & USFWS #EndTrophyImports Send a Message to Interior Secretary Deb Haaland


Click on the Orange Button to act; but before you do, please note:

Step 1     Fill in your name and relevant information

Step 2     Write in: Trophy Hunting or Trophy Imports as your Subject

Step 3    

In your Feedback message please include the sentence:

“Dear Sec. Haaland, please *END* the import of iconic animal trophies into the USA. Killing is not conservation.”

Take Action! Send a Message to the Dept. Interior

The Ugly Truth about
Trophy Hunting


animals have been killed by trophy hunters between 2005 and 2014.

per year

animals are killed each year for trophies.

in Africa

Allow trophy hunting. They include Cameroon, Central African Republic, Congo, Ethiopia, Liberia, Morocco, Mozambique, Namibia, Republic of South Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia, and Zimbabwe


Most coveted animals are the Big Five
Lion, Elephant, Leopard, Rhinoceros, and Buffalo.

Hunted species are:
the Nile crocodile, American black bear, African elephant, hippopotamus, zebra and more.

Trophy exporting countries
South Africa, Canada, Mozambique, Namibia and Zimbabwe.

Trophy destination countries
United States, South Africa, Singapore, Germany and Spain

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