Bold Visions Conservation is creating a film to educate the public about the importance of reforming state Game and Fish Departments. These relics of the 19th century continue their assault on wildlife; supporting trapping, hound hunting, bear baying, even wolf and grizzly slaughter in some states.
Most recently, they are refusing to renew permits to release wolves in the wild here in New Mexico, endangering the existence of the Mexican gray wolf.
In the coming weeks we will interview elected officials, fellow conservation activists and sportsmen, to create a documentary that will challenge peoples thinking about the way these state agencies are funded and what their mandate really is.
We have to move away from elk and deer farms and allow true biodiversity and refuse to allow commissions to be filled with livestock, radical hunting and oil and gas interests. We need real conservationists, and real science!
We are asking for your help in raising $4500 dollars we need to research, travel the state, interview and edit this film. This is clearly a bare bones budget, but your help is needed to make this film a reality.
Please take a moment to consider a donation; your support will help to end the brutal practices state Game and Fish departments nationwide continue to wage against innocent wildlife.
Our promise is to make a film that has real impact and to begin travelling the West to make the case for ending the way this agency operates-period.
Your gift of $25, $50 or $500 can make this film a reality!
Many thanks in advance for your support!
Stephen Capra, Executive Director
Bold Visions Conservation