Stop this anti-wildlife bill
in Congress now!

Powerful legislators are pushing a bill (H.R. 3668) in the U.S. House of Representatives that would be terrible for wildlife in this country.

The SHARE (Sportsmen’s Heritage and Recreational Enhancement) Act is packed with measures that, among other things, would preclude commonsense, science-based regulation of hunting on public lands.

The bill includes provisions that would strip Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections from gray wolves, expand inhumane and dangerous trapping on public land, expand migratory bird hunting at a time when these avian species need even more protection, and prevent the federal government from regulating lead in bullets and fishing tackle.

We can’t allow Congress to declare open-season on wildlife.

The SHARE Act was, unfortunately, approved by a committee in the U.S. House of Representatives last week, and it will soon be considered by the full House. We need your help to make sure it goes no further.

It’s as easy as letting your U.S. representative know that you care about wildlife and that this bill is unacceptable. Fill out the form to the right and feel free to customize our pre-written email. Urge your representative to vote against the bill and do all they can to defeat it.

Oppose the SHARE Act (H.R. 3668)