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Packtivist Meeting June  29, 2015

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17 years after they were reintroduced, Mexican gray wolves, aka lobos, number only 109 in the wild, making them one of the most endangered wolves in the world. 

Arizona’s native lobos need your help now to survive multiple threats to their continued survival and recovery.

If you are ready to join with fellow Tucson wolf supporters to learn how you can help turn the Mexican wolf program around, please join us for a Mexican wolf Packtivists’ Meeting.


Tucson
Monday, June 29
6:00 - 7:30 pm
Joel Valdez Main Library
Downstairs Meeting Room
101 N. Stone Ave.
Tucson AZ 85701

Click here for location details
Parking is available in a garage for free or free on the street after 5 pm

All supporters of wolf recovery are welcome. Refreshments will be provided, so please RSVP here.

To learn more about our Packtivist Program, click here.

Since 2009, Lobos of the Southwest/ mexicanwolves.org has been at the forefront of efforts to restore the Mexican wolf to its essential natural role.
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