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Holiday Wishes for Compassionate Coexistence!

(<<First Name>> You are receiving this email because you donated to Wyoming Untrapped in 2021)

Dear <<First Name>>,

As another year end draws near, the season for spreading love, joy, and generosity is in full swing, and the Wyoming Untrapped team and I send you our praises. We are beyond grateful to you for the love you have shown for our wildlands and wild neighbors through your donation to our cause this year. Your donation keeps us going in our fight to make Wyoming safer and more compassionate towards our beloved wildlife. Together we can effect change.

As we count down the final days of December and reminisce about all the things that bring us joy: our families, nature, and wildlife, we are thrilled knowing we have supporters like you to help us protect our wild neighbors through compassionate coexistence. 

I wish you wellness and merriment during this holiday season,

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Thanks to your support....

A sneak peek of who is visiting our Beaver Dam Cam

Wetlands and riparian zones are critically important habitats for 80% of Wyoming's wildlife species. However, these crucial habitats only account for <2% of the state's land cover. Beavers can help expand these niche habitats and provide the much-needed resources to the wildlife that depend on them. Stay tuned to our Beaver Dam Cam to see how many species rely on beaver-created wetlands. 

A first look at our newest Engagement Through Film short video

The Gray Wolf, Orchestrator of Balance
New regulations for trapping, snaring, and hunting of gray wolves in the Northern Rocky Mountain region are reminiscent of those during the 1900’s governmental extermination order for wolves, which resulted in their extirpation from the west. Today, wolves are killed without limit in 85% of Wyoming and hunted as trophies just outside of Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks.

In addition to amplified wolf killing and human encroachment, wolves are now combating the effects of climate change. In the wake of these combined threats, we must learn to live in harmony with wolves and stop the needless killing.
Let us know what you think about the film, by taking our survey

Happy Holidays from our big/little wildlife!

Trapping season is open. Please stay safe over the holidays!
Protect your pet, and get your Untrap Pack today! 

Untrap Packs include tools and instructions needed to release your pet from a variety of traps found on the landscape. 
Wyoming coyote: Kristoff Druva
Winter Ermine: Madison Webb
**Wyoming Untrapped envisions a future where inhumane trapping is unimaginable.**
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