Support a nationwide ban on wildlife killing contests
Wildlife killing contests are organized events where participants compete for prizes by attempting to kill the most animals over a certain time period. It’s a disgusting practice in which the winners are rewarded for piling up the most or biggest animals or even killing the most different kinds of species.
Currently, ten states—Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, California, Washington, Vermont, Massachusetts, Maryland, New York, and Oregon—have banned some forms of wildlife killing contests. We’re working hard to end