2024 News

Letter Urges Mexican Gray Wolves to Be Released as Families

A coalition of conservation organizations requested that the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service resume releasing captive-born Mexican gray wolf pairs together with their pups into Arizona and New Mexico. Releases of wolf families that survive and breed would diversify the wild population’s depleted gene pool.

Let the Caldera wolf pack roam together

The Caldera Pack wolf family has a great chance at thriving together, and it’s up to the humans to let them try it. NMDGF and USFWS need to release them together, in the wild, where wolves belong.

Praise for wildlife crossings program

Vehicle collisions are one of the leading causes of death for endangered lobos along with poaching. A wildlife crossings program in New Mexico can help protect lobos, other native wildlife, and people.

Decision-makers need to come to senses on wolves

Asha and at least eight other northward-wandering wolves have shown us the folly of trying to contain wild animals in arbitrary boundaries and the risks of relying on the current recovery plan if we want to see wolves truly recovered.

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