The 2012 Farm Bill is under consideration by the Senate and along with it a myriad of anti-wildlife amendments thoroughly unrelated to agriculture. Among the list is an amendment that would remove Endangered Species Act protections from polar bears, Florida panthers, and any other species that only exists in a single state.
Another would strip the EPA and Army Corps of Engineers from protecting small streams and wetlands--putting the bigger bodies of water they flow into at risk.
Still another would block the EPA from regulating lead ammunition, a poison responsible for the deaths of as many as 20 million animals like the bald eagle every year.
Please tell your Senators to oppose any anti-wildlife amendments to the 2012 Farm Bill.