Wolves in our midst? December 3 — McNary

November 29, 2013


Do we need to keep our kids in cages to protect them from wolves?

Yes — if radical environmentalists keep getting their way.  On Tuesday, December 3, don’t miss the opportunity to find out how environmental extremists are using the Endangered Species Act to let wolf populations overrun Arizona communities.

Beginning at noon on December 3, at the McNary Community Center in McNary (on Hwy 260 near Pinetop), Americans for Prosperity is sponsoring a special viewing of the documentary, Wolves in Government Clothing.   After the viewing, we will host a panel discussion on the adverse consequences of misguided ESA wolf policies.

Then, from 3:30 to 5:00 pm, the US Fish and Wildlife Service will hold a public information meeting at the Hon‐Dah Conference Center, 777 Highway 260 in Pinetop, AZ.

Finally, from 6:00 to 8:30 pm, also at the Hon-Dah Conference Center, the US Fish and Wildlife Service will conduct a public hearing on the delisting of the Gray Wolf. That will be your chance to speak up as a member of the community threatened by the ESA proposal.

HERE is a printable flyer about all of the December 3 wolf-related events.

Here are details for the Wolves in Government Clothing screening and rally event:

Event Type:   Documentary & Rally (View Trailer)
Topic:   Wolves in Government Clothing — Federal Wolf Reintroduction Program
City:   Pinetop
Date:   Tuesday, December 3 
Time:  Noon to 2:30 pm
Host:  Americans for Prosperity
Speakers:  Filmmaker and AFP-California state director David Spady, Endangered Species Act consultant Doyel Shamley, rancher Wink Crigler, University of Alaska geneticist Dr. Matt Cronin, and AFP-Arizona state director Tom Jenney, others
Venue:  McNary Community Center
Address:  (Map)
Registration link:  http://azwolves.eventbrite.com 
Contact:  Shane Wikfors, swikfors@afphq.org / 602-620-0530

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