Leonardo DiCaprio – Gray Wolves across western U.S. states are under threat. Yesterday, Id @leonardodicaprio

Gray Wolves across western U.S. states are under threat. Yesterday, Idaho began an eradication campaign using bounties, traps, snares, night raids and hunting hounds to kill up to 90% of Gray Wolves living in the state. Its goal is to drop the number of wolves living in Idaho from 1,500 to 150. Neighboring states of Montana and Wyoming have instituted similar policies, which originally caused the species to nearly go extinct in the 1930s.

I support the more than 400 scientists that have asked, in an open letter to @potus and @secdebhaaland to provide emergency protections for Gray Wolves in the Northern Rockies and relist them under the Endangered Species Act.

Wolves are essential to keeping the Northern Rockies and incredibly diverse ecosystems, like Yellowstone National Park, wild. These shy and secretive predators are a keystone species, keeping the ecosystems they live in healthy and balanced.

#relistwolves #extinctionendshere

Photo by @roshcpatel
Art by @earthheiress and @rockymtnwolf

Here is the Latest Update from Leonardo DiCaprio from his Instagram @leonardodicaprio. If you want to see daily posts from Leonardo DiCaprio you can bookmark our website ( InstaSharing ) to find the Daily Latest Update from Leonardo DiCaprio.
.
Leonardo Wilhelm DiCaprio is an American actor, film producer, and environmentalist. He has played unconventional roles, usually in biopics and period films. As of 2019, his films have grossed $7.2 billion worldwide, and he placed eight times in annual rankings of the world’s highest-paid actors.

There are 24 comments:

  1. Can’t believe this is happening in the year 2021, where decades of research backs the fact that we need predictors such as wolves to keep the balance.

  2. ugh leo is such a great person. constantly standing up for things he believes in , i will forever love him

  3. Thank you for using your platform to spread important awareness. Working towards making a difference in Tennessee, where we so desperately need CHANGE. 🌱🌎💙

  4. There’s a thing called “biology surplus”. The wolves in that area are negatively affecting local agriculture and other wild animals population. Since wolves stand on the top of the food chain and have no natural predator, the wildlife management agencie’s allow limited hunting the to keep the playing field even and balanced. It might be a hard pill to swallow but by killing these animals we help the environment. Boi

  5. Wolves in general are so beautiful. I hope Karma hits everyone who puts on a trap or poison to kill these beauties hard. I am very happy that in Europe the Wolf is winning territory back and helps regulating other species which have to be hunted in order not to get too much. Even here in small Switzerland we have in the meantime two packs confirmed and they raise pups every year.

  6. Why would you create a policy to eradicate such a beautiful animal 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️ this is just crazy we humans have literally no limits it’s just a power trip at this point. I’m sure there are better ways to coexist with them and not have to let them go instinct

  7. Wolves are a critical part of our ecosystems – was so sad yesterday knowing this was happening! Thank you for taking action! 🐺💜

Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published.

%d bloggers like this: