News & Events
Monthly Status Report: April 1-30, 2020 - Arizona Game and Fish Department
Henry Brean, Arizona Daily Star, May 26, 2020 Write a Letter to the Editor!
Albuquerque Journal – May 24, 2020 - Speak for Wolves!
We need all wolf advocates to speak up! Check out our demands and upcoming events to help spread the word!
Michael J. Robinson, Albuquerque Journal, May 18, 2020 Letters to the Editor Needed TODAY!
Lobos of the Southwest and friends invite you to join a two-part webinar series to learn more about a pivotal opportunity to change the future of lobo recovery.
Monthly Status Report: March 1-31, 2020 - Arizona Game and Fish Department
Albuquerque Journal, Theresa Davis – April 8, 2020 – Send Letters to the Editor
Arizona Republic, Craig Miller – April 9, 2020
Las Cruces Sun, Ken Kawata – April 8, 2020
April 7, 2020 - Center for Biological Diversity, Wolf Conservation Center, Sierra Club, WildEarth Guardians, Western Wildlife Conservancy, Wild Arizona
Monthly Status Report: February 1-29, 2020 - Arizona Game and Fish Department (3/20/20)
Wild Mexican Wolf Pups Named By Young Wolf Advocates!
Students Give Names to Twenty-four Mexican Wolf Pups Born in 2019 (posted 3/20/2020)
By Debra Utacia Krol, Arizona Republic, March 19, 2020
In the News: Mexican Wolf Population Goes Up In U.S. With At Least 163 Now In Arizona and New Mexico
By Rosie McCall, Newsweek, March 19, 2020
By Theresa Davis, Albuquerque Journal, March 18th, 2020
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!
The annual Mexican gray wolf population count revealed the steady increase in numbers continues, but what does it mean for wolves looking for mates?
Susan Montoya Bryan, Associated Press, March 18, 2020
By Paul Kienzle, Albuquerque Journal, March 13, 2020
by Greta Anderson (Western Watersheds Project) and Tre Graves (Endangered Species Coalition), Albuquerque Journal, March 9, 2020
Monthly Status Report: January 1-31, 2020 - Arizona Game and Fish Department
Associated Press, February 20, 2020
Arizona Republic – February 10, 2020
Albuquerque Journal, February 2, 2020 – Send Letters to the Editor
Monthly Status Report: December 1-31, 2019 - Arizona Game and Fish Department - January 17, 2020
by Greta Anderson, The Wildlife News, January 21, 2020
Open to kindergarten through eighth grade. Deadline is February 1, 2020
By Shar Porier, Herald Review, January 4, 2020
By Joanna Allhands, Arizona Republic, December 31, 2019
By Debra Utacia Krol, Arizona Republic, December 30, 2019
By Liz Weber, The Journal (Colorado), December 20, 2019
Associated Press, December 16, 2019
By Michael J Robinson, Albuquerque Journal, December 15, 2019
Monthly Status Report: November 1-30, 2019 - Arizona Game and Fish Department - December 13, 2019
Interview with Dave Parsons on The Santa Fe New Mexican, Mary Charlotte's Radio Café, a twice-weekly show exploring life, politics, and news, December 12, 2019
In the News: Inconsistency at Game and Fish: After state rejoins wolf recovery program, two pups caught in leghold traps
By Kendra Chamberlain, NM Political Report, December 10, 2019
By Ken Showers, December 4, 2019
By Mary Katherine Ray, Albuquerque Journal, November 30, 2019
Another pup is undergoing treatment as private trapping continues to take a toll on endangered species and public lands
Monthly Status Report: October 1-31, 2019 - Arizona Game and Fish Department - November 18, 2019
Public Comments Due by November 30, 2019. Use our talking points to be sure your support for more adult family wolf releases is counted!
Kendra Chamberlain, New Mexico Political Report, October 29, 2019
By Michael Gerstein, Santa Fe New Mexican, October 28, 2019
By Susan Montoya Bryan, Associated Press, October 17th, 2019
Lauren Villagran, El Paso Times, October 11, 2019
Monthly Status Report: September 1-30, 2019 - Arizona Game and Fish Department - October 9, 2019
Monthly Status Report: August 1-31, 2019 - Arizona Game and Fish Department
Lobo advocate, Jean Ossorio, tells a beautiful story of one of her recent encounters with a Mexican wolf