Preserving National Parks one step at a time

Hunting in Yellowstone National Park is becoming more prevalent and threatening many species.
Tourists and visitors are ignoring rules to keep a safe distance from wild and dangerous animals.
People who visit Yellowstone in the future will not be able to enjoy the beauty of God's creations because the animals could potentially become extinct (or die off in Yellowstone area).
Yellowstone includes the homes and habitats of many animals. Both are at risk because of the bad behavior of tourists.
Be kind to our animals and historic landmarks for future generations to enjoy and care for!

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Created with images by LoggaWiggler - "delicate arch arch stone arch" • m01229 - "Wyoming Hunt" • jayclarke1 - "deer woods forest" • PDACowboy - "IMG_9706a" • hitachiota - "Yellowstone Sunset" • Pexels - "animal animal photography blur"

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