Wildlife killing contests are a low-profile form of animal exploitation rarely seen by the general public but quite pervasive across America. Countless events like the “Shoot for the Cash Predator Bash” and the “Grand Slam Coyote Series” take place in nearly all of the 42 states where they are legal. Competitors kill for the thrill, for bragging rights, and for cash and prizes.  (https://sentientmedia.org/the-pervasive-pastime-putting-americas-coyotes-at-risk/).  You can help end these horrific massacres by using OAA’s action alert to contact the Ohio Division of WIldlife and tell them to ban these killing events (https://www.ohioanimaladvocates.org/act/wildlife-killing-contests/).