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Dedicated to creating a safe and humane environment for people, pets & wildlife through education & trapping regulation reform.

Did you know...


• Wyoming Wildlife trapping regulations allow traps on 85% of public lands in Wyoming, including national forests, and on heavily used public trails every single day of the year.

• Six dogs have been reported caught in traps in our surrounding area in the last year. Traps can be placed on public hiking trails with no setbacks.  Traps are indiscriminate.

• Some traps do not need to be checked for up to 13 days, causing cruel pain and suffering of wildlife and our companion animals.

• Our furbearing animals, such as the bobcat, are trapped to supply the insatiable demand for fur from abroad, mainly Russia and China.  There are no bobcat trapping quotas in Wyoming.

It's time to change our antiquated trapping regulations to protect our pets and our wildlife.  We need your support.

Please support us by donating through Old Bill's, a matching fund charity event administered by the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole that increases the value of your donation.   With deepest gratitude to all of our supporters.

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Board of Directors 

Deborah Foote
Roger Hayden
Debbie Reis
Lisa Robertson - President
Ann Smith

 

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Franz Camenzind
Ann Nelson
Gary Shockey
Jason Williams

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