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Stand with Wolves Featuring 2014 Governor Candidate Dr. Robert Ornelas

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The Native people consider wolves sacred the same way others consider the Bible sacred. Tax payers are paying hundreds of millions of dollars to kill these animals. By saving the animals, tourism will grow and impact our economy. Tourism expenditures will increase while thousands of jobs will be generated.

Sacramento, CA, January 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Stand With Wolves featuring 2014 California Gubernatorial Candidate Dr. Robert Ornelas was produced by Elite TV News and hosted by Krista Rocha from...

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Stand with Wolves Featuring 2014 Governor Candidate Dr. Robert Ornelas

Jan 2 2014, 4:10pm CST | by

The Native people consider wolves sacred the same way others consider the Bible sacred. Tax payers are paying hundreds of millions of dollars to kill these animals. By saving the animals, tourism will grow and impact our economy. Tourism expenditures will increase while thousands of jobs will be generated.

Sacramento, CA, January 02, 2014 --(PR.com)-- Stand With Wolves featuring 2014 California Gubernatorial Candidate Dr. Robert Ornelas was produced by Elite TV News and hosted by Krista Rocha from International Hip Hop group The S.O.G. Crew.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service hosted a public hearing in Sacramento to collect information on the service's proposal to de-list the gray wolf (Canis lupus) in the contiguous United States. The hearing was at the Marriott Courtyard Sacramento Cal Expo, Golden State Ballroom, 1782 Tribute Road, Sacramento, CA 95815.

The service proposed removing the Gray Wolf from the endangered Species List.

"It was an honor to be in Sacramento supporting wildlife advocacy. I am a wildlife friendly candidate for Governor of California. We have worked with Native American Indian communities throughout North America and have learned a lot from their culture and beliefs. The Native people consider these animals sacred the same way we consider the bible sacred. Tax payers are paying hundreds of millions of dollars to kill these animals. By saving the animals, tourism will grow and impact our economy. Tourism expenditures will increase while thousands of jobs will be generated," stated Dr. Robert Ornelas

The Service published a proposed rule on June 13, 2013, to delist the gray wolf. Hearings are part of the Service's continuing efforts to provide an open and comprehensive public process for the two wolf rules and gave members of the public a forum by which to register their views.

"Hunters, ranchers, poachers and trappers are wiping out these animals with our tax dollars. Asian and European meat markets are coming to the United States with big bucks and are destroying these sacred animals. We invited Dr. Robert Ornelas here to see what we are doing in relations to Native American, economic, moral and ethical causes," said wildlife advocate Randy Massaro.

Angel Protectors of Animals and Wildlife is a California based, 501c3 and 501c4 non profit animal and wildlife rescue organization (in formation), which raises awareness and changes public policy for both domestic animals and wildlife. Through the use of positive messages, Angel Protectors will change the public's awareness on the importance of animals in today's society. This will be achieved in four stages:

-National advertisements and Public Service Announcements
-Lobbying on the local, state and national levels
-The creation of original programming
-The formation of a digital television network, which will be initially launched online, but which will be eventually moved to cable or a satellite service.

Kim Richard has been a wildlife advocate for over 36 years, During her 36 years as a wildlife advocate, Kim has worked with several wildlife organizations, including Worldwide Wildlife Association and Greenpeace. She is a co-founder and board member of a local animal rescue group, Angel Ark Foundation. However, wanting to do more for wildlife than the AAF by-laws allowed, she began forming Angel Protectors of Animals and Wildlife in the spring of 2013. She is still an active member and supporter of Angel Ark Foundation. Her passion and experience make her an effective wildlife advocate. Her practical life experience gives her the ability to her manage the team, set goals, and plan wildlife events that will attract both the public's and the media's attention. Her passion to save the nation's wildlife makes her a formidable advocate.

The mission of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is working with others to conserve, protect, and enhance fish, wildlife, plants, and their habitats for the continuing benefit of the American people. They are both a leader and trusted partner in fish and wildlife conservation, known for our scientific excellence, stewardship of lands and natural resources, dedicated professionals, and commitment to public service.

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