Oppose the import of cheetah and black rhino hunting trophies
Cheetahs and black rhinos are two of the most imperiled wild species and face a myriad of threats, such as persecutions by humans and habitat loss.
Two American trophy hunters traveled to Namibia and spent hundreds of thousands of dollars to kill these endangered animals so they could mount their trophies on their living room wall as a memento of cruelty.
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has a public comment period until May 28. We must speak out for these magnificent animals so that they don’t fall victim to senseless trophy hunting.