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Public opinion research and polling shows consistently that lobo supporters are in the majority in the southwestern United States. By translating the passion that we feel for wolves into action, we can make a real difference in making sure Mexican wolves succeed.
Remember, it is only because so many of us took action in the first place that Mexican wolves were brought back from extinction in the wilds of the Southwest and reintroduced in Arizona and New Mexico.
This page lists many ways for lobo lovers to be effective advocates for recovery. Please share the information here with others who care about the success of Mexican gray wolves!
The 2017 year-end count shows only 114 in the wild, a tiny increase from 113 the previous year. The Mexican gray wolf remains a whisker away from extinction. Due to USFWS’s failure to release new wolves from the captive breeding population, the genetic diversity of the wild population remains low.(more…)
Pressure is being applied to many members of Congress for legislation to push wolves nationwide, even the small, struggling population of Mexican gray wolves, towards extinction.
Bills or riders aimed at stripping endangered wolves of federal protections put more than wolves in peril – they threaten all wildlife and the Endangered Species Act itself. Wolves are being used as pawns in a larger effort to sink the ark that provides for the conservation of all animals.
Please contact members of Congress and the Secretary of the Interior today and urge them to oppose any anti-wolf legislation.(more…)
We are looking for supporters who are ready to take the next step and fully engage in advocacy for Mexican gray wolves.
Our goal is to have packs of activists in key communities, dedicated to organizing for the wolves. If you’ll go to bat for the lobos, we will provide support, resources, materials and training in exchange for your time and commitment. We have established lobo activist packs, or Packtivists, in cities and towns throughout the Southwest. We are working to expand the Packtivist program in new locations.(more…)
Letters, whether they’re addressed to the editor of a newspaper, members of Congress, or key people in wildlife and land management agencies, are an effective way to show that you care strongly, are paying attention, and are holding decision-makers accountable for lobo recovery.
Your letter will go directly to editorial staff or government officials. We do not have access to your letter and cannot review it.(more…)
In this age of online social networking, face to face contact is still a very effective way to educate and engage members of the public with regard to endangered Mexican gray wolves. You can set up a table at public places, like your local library, or during events in your community, and get the word out!(more…)
In this day and age social media is becoming the number one tool for communicating with each other. Grow the campaigns on Facebook and Twitter by sharing and posting lobo action items and including the hashtags, #iamessential and/or #SavetheLobo.
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