Check out upcoming events near you celebrating the 25th anniversary of lobo reintroduction!
Comments Needed on the Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan!
Now is the time to speak out on behalf of the Mexican gray wolf during the public comment period for the proposed 10(j) Management Rule!
Wandering wolf Anubis was tragically killed on public lands. Tell AZGFD and USFWS they need to do more to protect endangered wolves!
In tragic news, Wandering Wolf Anubis has been illegally killed on public lands in Northern Arizona.
Give Mexican gray wolves the freedom and protection they deserve with your year-end gift!
Endangered Mexican gray wolves need freedom to roam. Will you help?
Now is the time to speak out on behalf of the Mexican gray wolf during the upcoming public comment period for the 10(j) Rule!
Anubis (m2520) has embarked on another epic journey toward a wild place he clearly wants to call home. Tell Arizona Game & Fish Department to lay out the welcome mat instead of putting up no trespassing signs!
Days of freedom near Flagstaff, Arizona have sadly come to an end for Anubis (m2520).
Ban dangerous trapping on public lands across New Mexico - January 13, 2021
Speak out today for Mexican gray wolves! Tell US Fish and Wildlife Service you support releases of bonded wolf families!
Join Us in Fighting for Wolf Families
Contact the US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) today to say you oppose removing wolves for livestock. (10/23/20)
Submit a public comment to show support for rule changes that help Mexican wolves!
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.
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.
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.
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. Like and follow us on our social media pages. Share our latest posts! Use these images as your profile picture on your social media accounts:
Mexican Wolf Art Contest – Deadline September 1
We need all wolf advocates to speak up! Check out our demands and upcoming events to help spread the word!
There was some good news shared in the annual population count report that came out yesterday -- let's make sure we get letters flooded to the papers now!
Public Comments Due by November 30, 2019. Use our talking points to be sure your support for more adult family wolf releases is counted!
We have heard from reliable sources that a wolf removal with permission to kill is happening now in Arizona! Take action to let US Fish & Wildlife know we do not support taking wolves from the wild!
Comments due before May 12 — posted 4/15/19
We need you to take action to save wolves from the crosshairs today!
Send your comments to the US Fish & Wildlife - Deadline for comments is February 28th
Call Gila National Forest Supervisor
Wolf protectors in the U.S. call your elected officials
Wolf protectors in the U.S. call your Congresspeople today - two anti-wolf riders threaten recovery
Protest the Recovery Sham - Comments Due August 29, 2017
Come to Public Meetings in Arizona and New Mexico
Lobos need improved genetics and a science-based recovery plan! (updated 6/20/17)
Call Jeff Flake if you live in Arizona - Updated June 20, 2017
Call Senator Heller Today
Comment Deadline March 8, 2017 11:59 Mountain Time
Over a dozen bills and riders currently in Congress will harm wolves
Comment in person on December 3, 2016 - Please note date change
Tell US Fish and Wildlife Service to stop playing politics with the lobo's survival
Call today to keep wolves wild and free
Senator Jeff Flake wants to delist endangered Mexican wolves
Mexican Gray Wolf Dad To Be Trapped, Pups At Risk, Endangered Animals in Decline Toward Extinction. Updated 4/20/16
Please contact state legislators. (updated 2/18/16)
Help Mexican wolves by making a donation!
Open to kindergarten through eighth grade. Deadline is January 20, 2016
Join an event in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, or Utah (updated 1/6/16)
Wolf supporters needed at January 13 rally and meeting to stop anti-wolf resolution.
New Mexico's Governor and Game Commission threaten Mexican wolves' future
Wolf supporters call on Arizona officials to promote wolf recovery (updated 1/4/16)
Tell officials: Utah Needs Wolves — Wolves Need Utah