Write & Call With Support for the Buffalo!

The story below is from Buffalo Field Campaign’s latest field update on April 3, 2014.  Please help support the buffalo by writing and calling!

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* Gardiner: Write & Call With Support for the Buffalo Today!

BFC strongly encourages bison advocates who live in the Gardiner Basin, or anywhere really, to publicly celebrate wild buffalo roaming here. Unfortunately, the anti-buffalo contingent, while small in number, is loud in voice. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks is receiving negative calls, and bison advocates need to make it known to the media and government that we are celebrating the presence of wild buffalo in the Gardiner Basin! It is *critical* that support for the buffalo in the Gardiner Basin is heard by decision-makers!

We can’t let the buffalo be misrepresented by the few folks who hate and fear them!

Please call today:
Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks Region 3 Office:  Phone: (406) 994-4042
Montana Governor Steve Bullock:  406-444-3111
Montana Department of Livestock:  406-444-0782

Please also submit Letters to the Editor to the following papers:
Bozeman Daily Chronicle
Billings Gazette
Helena Independent Record
Livingston Enterprise

To show our appreciation for helping wild buffalo, if your LTE is published we will send you a free BFC t-shirt or calendar. Send us the link to your buffalo-friendly letter when published, your gift preference, tee shirt size, and mailing address. Thank you!

 

LINK to the full Buffalo Field Campaign update from the Field:  http://org.salsalabs.com/o/2426/t/0/blastContent.jsp?email_blast_KEY=1296175

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