Wandering wolf Asha is on the move again in northern New Mexico. Conservationists urge agencies to let her roam, and dispersal to the southern Rocky Mountains is supported by leading scientists.
Listen to a discussion of the challenges lobos encounter politically, socially, and geographically.
Check out upcoming events near you celebrating the 25th anniversary of lobo reintroduction!
It is our pleasure to announce the winners of our Tenth Annual Mexican Gray Wolf Pup Naming Contest!
New Federal Management Rule Still Falls Short on Genetic Diversity by Rejecting Science-Based Reforms.
Politics put the Seco Creek wolf family at risk.
Comments Needed on the Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan!
Mexican gray wolf population increases, but lobos are still among the rarest species in the southwestern US.
Enormous outpouring of public support backs majority public opinion that Mexican gray wolves need stronger protections.
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!
Congratulations to all our participants who shared their passion for wild wolves!
A message from Lobos of the Southwest Coordinator – December 29, 2020
Open to kindergarten through eighth grade. Deadline is February 1, 2021
‘Wolf Family Values’ shirts available for a limited time
Amazing and Inspiring Lobo Art - Posted September 21, 2020
Wolf Conservation Center is offering downloadable guides to turn your backyard into a summer adventure for kids!
Students Give Names to Twenty-four Mexican Wolf Pups Born in 2019 (posted 3/20/2020)
Open to kindergarten through eighth grade. Deadline is February 1, 2020
Students Give Names to Twenty-one Mexican Wolf Pups Born in 2018 (posted 4/10/19)
Open to kindergarten through eighth grade. Deadline extended to February 11, 2019 (updated 2/2/19)
By Jean Ossorio
Naming contest - Contest ends June 18
Support Mexican wolf recovery and enter to win a tee shirt with your design on it!
Students Give Names to Eighteen Mexican Wolf Pups Born in 2017 (posted 3/21/18)
Open to kindergarten through eighth grade. Deadline Extended to February 11, 2018
Naming Contest Wrap Up
by Jean Ossorio
Help name wandering wolf - April 18, 2017
Students Give Names to Twenty Three Mexican Wolf Pups Born in 2016
Open to kindergarten through eighth grade. Deadline is January 31, 2017
Students Give Names to Mexican Wolf Pups Born in 2015
Coloring Page, Wolf Quiz, and More!
Simple ideas to make wolves part of your celebration
All Proceeds Support Efforts to Save Endangered Mexican Gray Wolves
Buy a T-Shirt & Save Endangered Mexican Gray Wolves
Students Give Names to Mexican Wolf Pups Born in 2014 (posted 3/29/15)
Open to Kindergarten through Eighth Grade. Deadline is March 16!
By Jean Ossorio, posted 3/4/15
New Mexico Wilderness Alliance - Deadline February 28, 2015 (posted 2/17/15)
Easy to make, eye-catching Mexican wolf ornaments!
Open to children and youth under 18- deadline Thursday, December 4
Mexican wolf masks and coloring page
Let candidates for election see your commitment to wolf recovery!
View amazing designs and support wolf recovery with a tee-shirt purchase!
Help Save the Lobo by Publicizing Hearings on Proposals that Threaten Their Survival and Recovery! August 2014