Information About Current BGF Grassroots Efforts in Colorado
Please click on and sign here: Colorado’s Wolf Petition
Wolves threatening Colorado wildlife.
Very alarming news was made last month that all sportsmen need to act quickly on, states Denny Behrens, BGF Regional Director, Colorado. Colorado sportsmen please contact email@example.com and enlist to join the fight.
The environmentalist war machine is underway this time with the Colorado Rockies in their sights. Colorado’s public land acreage is equal in size to the entire state of Indiana, and is home to the world’s largest Elk herd with 264,000 animals, Colorado’s elk herd is second to none.
Sportsmen have been active conservationist in Colorado’s world-renowned habitat spending hundreds of millions of dollars and countless hours in sweat equity protecting, restoring, and managing it’s abundant big game. They now face their toughest challenge with 1000 wolves ready to feast on its herds, if the environmentalist has their way.
Ted Turner’s Endangered Species Foundation is launching a Wolf Campaign!
There is a serious effort underway to introduce Canadian Wolves into Colorado as an endangered species. On Monday, March 7th powerful anti-hunting organizations met in Denver to start a campaign to introduce wolves into the “western half of Colorado.” The stated goal of these radical wolf proliferation advocates is to have 1000 wolves introduced into Colorado. Colorado’s Wildlife and Livestock will bear the brunt of this impact!
Please join us, Sign Colorado’s Wolf Petition!
We need to protect Colorado’s Big Game Herds for future generations. This is one of the most important things you can do this year. We need your help!
Wolves Transmitting Diseases Coming to Colorado
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Environmental Disregard for Public Safety
“In the original documentation by the USFWS, there was very little acknowledgment of possible diseases being carried by the wolves brought into the Yellowstone Ecosystem. Even though the wolves were supposedly tested for disease, the Hydatid Disease has become prevalent within the Yellowstone region. This should be a cause of concern for states that are seeing the migration of the wolf entering within their borders. Some Coloradans want to see wolves introduce into Rocky Mountain National Park. That would bring the wolf into close proximity of a human population in Estes Park. Over three million people visit the Park each year. We have included the following two reports on the threat of the Hydatid Disease. The question is, does Colorado really want to shoulder that Burden?”-Denny Behrens, Regional Director, Colorado
BGF’s Colorado, July Radio Ad
Two publications that everyone should disseminate and become familiar with about diseases carried by wolves, scientific facts environmental groups don’t want you to know about.
Mexican Wolves Indoctrination into Public Media in Colorado
If the facts don’t line up for environmentalists, they just change facts to fit their narrative. After all the ends justify the means when it comes to eliminating abundant big-game and sportsmen’s rights. .. Click here to read more