Exposing the truths in trapping & promoting ethics, modern science & responsible stewardship for trapping reform.

Trapping is one major cause of death to rare and threatened species we have the power to easily stop.

"Incidental" catches does not equate to acceptable and excusable!

Trapping is costly to Montana

Most species trapped are not required to be reported.

Conibear are designed as quick kill traps, crushing the animal, such as a beaver, a dog, or a person's limb.

Trapping commercializes wildlife, profiting a few by indiscriminately trapping the many.

A vote for trap free public lands is a vote for conservation

Trapping violates principles of ethical hunting.

Traps and snares are indiscriminate.

We have a Right to Safe use of public lands

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Trap Free Montana Public Lands (TFMPL) PO Box 1347 Hamilton, Montana 59840

Phone: 406-218-1170


Trap Free Montana Public Lands


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