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TEX-ASS BURRO SLAUGHTER CONTINUES
Only 300 wild burros remain but the killing continues.
STOP KILLINGS BY THE STATE
Less than 300 wild burros remain but Texas Parks and Wildlife intends to kill these nationally protected burros to the "maximum extent possible". The national protections do not extend to this State-held land. What Texas is doing may be legal, but we think its an atrocity. This horrid policy is carried out quietly, behind the scenes, with efforts to keep visitors to the Big Bend Ranch State Park from realizing wild burros are there and wild burros are being killed. We want the world to know. Only 5,800 wild burros are held in the protected areas managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management. Texas has its herd of wild burros. The Parks Department states that these wild donkeys harm the park. Please read about the slaughter happening there.
KEEP BAN ONSEA TURTLE HUNT
An attempt is being made to put these amazing creatures, the local green sea turtles, known as "honu" to native Hawaiians, back on the dinner plates at restaurants. A proposal has been made to remove protections that have allowed them to thrive. Over the last forty years, hunting of sea turtles has been banned on Hawaii and now it is common to see sea turtles basking in the sun without fear. If hunting them were again allowed, they would be slaughtered on public beaches for their meat and shells.
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