Update: Friends of Animals NYC HOWL IN, PHONE IN A Success….

Photo: Friends of Animals, Edita Birnkrant

The Howl In, Phone In held by Friends of Animals in New York City today was a success.

“Activists, holding a protest at New York City’s Central Park, told Citydesk that they “had great response from the public today,” encouraging citizens to call Gov. C.L. “Butch” Otter, pledging to boycott Idaho until the wolf hunting season, which began today, stops. Protestors said they have launched an international boycott of Idaho, Montana and Wyoming regarding the hunts.

“One woman named Christina Rose from Australia said she was cancelling her tour of Yellowstone National Park after learning about (the hunt),” said Edita Birnkrant of Friends of Animals, the organization sponsoring today’s protest. “That’s just one story of many who were educated today about the bloody hunt happening in Idaho right now.”

Thank you Friends of Animals.

We need more Howl Ins like this one to tell Idaho and Montana that Americans and people from all  over the world love wolves and support them. They do not want to see them destroyed for the hunting and ranching lobbies, who dominate politics in the wolf states.  These wolves do not belong to a small group of wolf haters, they are part of our American heritage and we’re not going to sit quietly by while they are slaughtered. Speak up people.  Hold a Howl-In in your hometown. Visit Howl Across America and learn how to organize peaceful protests.

Share this with everyone you know. Stand for wolves!


Boise Weekly, City Desk

Video Update: NYC Howl-In Protests Idaho Wolf Hunt

Posted by George Prentice on Tue, Aug 30, 2011 at 2:18 PM

Click on the link to watch the video



Governor Butch Otter of Idaho
Office of the Governor
State Capitol
P.O. Box 83720
Boise, ID 83720

Phone: 208.3342100
Fax: 208.334.3454


Idaho tourism office



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Photo: Courtesy Friends of Animals

Posted in: Wolf Wars, Friends of Animals

Tags: Howl In, Phone in, Wolf Wars, wolf persecution, Friends of Animals, Idaho, wolf/hunt slaughter, economic and tourism boycotts wolf states

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