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Wildlife-killing contests are exceedingly barbaric events wherein participants are rewarded with cash and other prizes for the most, largest, or even youngest animals massacred. While these events are often hyped as a means of wildlife population control, they’re nothing more than bloodbaths that tear wild families apart and leave orphaned young to starve, while doing nothing to control wild populations effectively. Eight states have already banned these gruesome contests, and now Congress has introduced the Prohibit Wildlife Killing Contests Act (HR 7398)—which, if passed, would put an end to these cruel events on all federally owned public land.
Please contact your U.S. representative and urge them to cosponsor and support HR 7398!