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In the News: Environmentalists to Sue Over Capture of Wolves

The Associated Press, December 26, 2012  (posted 12/27/12)

Press Release: Lawsuit Launched to Challenge Feds' Capture of Endangered Wolves That Enter Arizona or New Mexico

Center for Biological Diversity Files Formal Notice of Intent to Sue USFWS, December 26, 2012

Team's Daily Job is to Manage Wolves Back From The Brink of Extinction

The White Mountain Independent, Terence Corrigan, December 23, 2012  (posted 12/24/12)

Forest Service Approves Livestock Grazing in Mexican Wolf Recovery Area Against a Groundswell of Public Comment

WildEarth Guardians, Monday, December 17, 2012 (posted 12/23/12)

In the News: Renewed Call For Probe of Federal Wildlife Services

The Sacramento Bee, Tom Knudson, December 9, 2012 (posted 12/22/12)

Biodiversity: Can the Courts Help Save Mexican Gray Wolves?

Summit County Citizen’s Voice, December 12, 2012 (posted 12/19/12)

In the News: Idea for Wolf “Diversity” Draws Ire

Albuquerque Journal, December 16, 2012 Letters to the Editor Needed!  (posted 12/17/12)

We Can Still Save Mexican Gray Wolf

Op-ed, Santa Fe New Mexican, December 15, 2012 (posted 12/17/12)

Forest Plan Revision Update - Apache-Sitgreaves National ForestProposed Plan and Draft Environmental Impact Statement

Update Expected to be Published For Public Review in January

Environmental Group Files Suit To Classify Mexican Gray Wolf As Subspecies

Arizona Public Media – NPR, by Mark Duggan, December 11, 2012  (posted 12/12/12)

Mexican Wolf Reintroduction Project News

AZGFD Endangered Species Updates, December 11, 2012  (posted 12/12/12)

In the News: Conservation Group Sues – Again – To Protect Mexican Gray Wolf in Arizona

Cronkite News, Joe Henke, December 10, 2012  (posted 12/11/12)

Press Release: Lawsuit Filed to Protect Mexican Gray Wolf as Endangered Subspecies

Bureaucratic Limbo Threatens 58 Wolves Left in Arizona, New Mexico

Press Release: Massive Coalition Calls on President Obama to Nominate Rep. Raúl Grijalva as Interior Secretary

Grijalva Would Provide "Renewed Emphasis and Urgency" On Climate Change, Preservation of Water, Lands

US Forest Service, Partners Win Emmy for ‘Green Fire’

Aldo Leopold Movie Receives Award For Best Historical Documentary

Naming Contest for Kids: Help give Mexican wolf pups names!

Open to kindergarten through eighth grade. Deadline is December 15!

Stephen Capra’s Legacy as NM Wild’s Executive Director

New Mexico Wilderness Alliance, Dave Foreman, November 28, 2012  (posted 12/6/12)

Mexican Wolf Essay Wins Second Place in Annual Writing Contest – “It’s A Trap”

Writer Chronicles Activities of Bluestem Pack, Santa Fe Reporter, November 27, 2012  (posted 12/5/12)

In the News: Magistrate Tosses Trapping Suit

Albuquerque Journal, Rene Romo, December 5, 2012  (posted 12/05/12)

In the News: Federal Wildlife Services Makes a Killing in Animal-Control Business

The Sacramento Bee, Tom Knudson, November 18, 2012  (posted 12/04/12)

Take Action: Arizona Game and Fish Commission Meeting Friday, December 7

Mexican Gray Wolf Reintroduction on the Agenda – Please Speak for the Wolves

Senator-elect Heinrich, Rural New Mexico Small-Business Owner Promote Economic Benefits of Protected Public Lands in the West

Economic study shows public lands are key to economic advantage (posted 11/30/12)

In the News: Lawsuit Seeks Wolf Program Rule Changes

Albuquerque Journal, Rene Romo, November 29, 2012 (posted 11/29/12)

In the News: Group Sues Feds Over Gray Wolf Reintroduction - Conservationists: Program Needs Help

Arizona Republic, Donyelle Kesler, November 28, 2012 (posted 11/29/12)

In the News: Mexican Gray Wolf Program Sparks Another Lawsuit

Associated Press, Susan Montoya Bryan, November 28, 2012 (posted 11/29/12)

Press Release: Lawsuit Filed to Speed Reintroduction of Endangered Mexican Gray Wolves to Wild in Arizona, New Mexico

Fish and Wildlife Service Has Failed to Enact Reforms Recommended by Scientific Review Panel 11 Years Ago. Center for Biological Diversity, November 28, 2012

Good News! Feds: Wandering wolf pups reunite with alpha male

Associated Press, November 26, 2012

In the News: Wolf From Brookfield Zoo Sent to New Mexico to be Prepared for Release

Only 58 Mexican gray wolves in the wild in the Southwest; wildlife officials hope Ernesta will add to the population, November 24, 2012  (posted 11/26/12)

In the News: Center calls for government to release more Mexican gray wolves into the wild

Silver City Daily Press, November 23, 2012 (posted 11/25/12)

Press Release: WildEarth Guardians Sues for Information on Captured Mexican Wolf

Group Questions Incarceration of the Fox Mountain Loba, November 21, 2012 (posted 11/24/12)

In the News: ISEA Artists Explore Intersections of Nature and Technology

KUNM Public Radio, November 19, 2012  (posted 11/22/12)

In the News: Wolf Pups on Their Own After NM Pack Separates

Associated Press, November 21, 2012  (posted 11/22/12)

Mexican gray wolf captured in NM now in Arizona

Associated Press, November 19, 2012  (posted 11/21/12)

Mexican Wolf Reintroduction Project News

AZGFD Endangered Species Updates, November 19, 2012 (posted 11/21/12)

Press Release: Release of More Mexican Gray Wolves to Wild Needed to Stop Genetic Inbreeding

Center for Biological Diversity, November 20, 2012, (posted 11/21/12)

Blog: Restoring Wolves and Harmony in the Southwest

Defenders of Wildlife, Working With the White Mountain Apache Tribe   (posted 11/20/12)

Wolf Conservation Center Website Update

Mexican Gray Wolves F810, M804, and M807 Move to WCC’s Lobo Exhibit (posted 11/19/12)

Blog: Rare Mexican Gray Wolves Arrive at Mesker Park Zoo & Botanic Garden!

November 14, 2012 (posted 11/15/12)

In the News: Evansville's Mesker Park Zoo Adds Endangered Mexican Gray Wolves that it Hopes to Breed

Associated Press, November 14  (posted 11/14/12)

Arizona Voters Reject a Special Interest-Driven Bid to Claim Control over Federally Managed Public Lands

Land Grab Seen as a Waste of Time and Money by Many State Residents, Summit County Voice, November 7, 2012 (posted 11/8/12)

A history of wolves in Texas: From native top predators to a fading memory

Our Wild Texas (posted 11/7/12)

The Crucial Role of Predators: A New Perspective on Ecology

Yale Environment 360, September 15, 2011 (re-posted 11/5/12)

In the News: Students from points afar get hands-on training at Wolf Haven

The Olympian, November 1, 2012 (posted 11/3/12)

In the News: We didn’t have to kill the Wedge Wolf Pack

Op-ed By John M. Marzluff, Seattle Times, October 28, 2012 (posted 11/2/12)

Action Item: Jailed Wolf Mother Innocent?

Government Blacks Out Nearly 700 Pages of Public Records. (posted 11/1/12)

In the News: Mexican gray Wolf Release Proposal Draws Criticism

Associated Press, October 30, 2012 (posted 10/31/12)

Congressmen Raul Grijalva and Jared Polis Request Stronger Protections for Mexican Gray Wolves

Letter Sent to Fish & Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe, October 17, 2012  (posted 10/30/12)

Press Release: Mexican Wolf Release Proposal Falls Short

Letter from 22 Scientists, Conservationists, and Wolf Recovery Area Residents Urges Fish and Wildlife Service to Rescue Wolf Program (posted 10/29/12)

Analysis: For Wolves on the Brink, A Hobbled Recovery Plan

Yale Environment 360, Caroline Fraser, October 25, 2012 – (posted 10/28/12)

Carol Perkins, Widow Of Marlin Perkins, Dies At 95

Conservationist, Author, and Co-founder of the Endangered Wolf Center are Just a Few of Her Accomplishments - (posted 10/28/12)

In the News: Endangered Wolf Leaving Brookfield Zoo to Enter the Wild

Female Wolf Goes to Pre-Release “Boot Camp” – (posted 10/27/12)

Action Alert: Comments Needed by Oct 27 on Proposal to Release a Few New Mexican Wolves

Proposed Plan Has Problems

Open Records Battle Over Mexican Wolf

Milan Simonich Blog, El Paso Times, October 24, 2012 - (posted 10/26/12)

In the News: Group Blasts Feds Over Redacted Wolf Documents

Associated Press Story, October 23, 2012 (posted 10/24/12)

In the News: Crying Wolf

New Mexico’s Wolves Fight for Survival, Santa Fe Reporter, October 23, 2012 (posted 10/25/12)

Press Release:  Federal Agencies Refuse to Show Public Records Concerning Captured Mexican Wolf

Hundreds of Pages of Information Redacted, October 23, 2012 (posted 10/24/12)

How Wolves Communicate

UKessays.com – posted 10/24/12

Study: Wolf’s Coat Color Affects Reproductive Success

The Wildlife News Blog, October 15, 2012  (posted 10/23/12)

Threat to Lobos Only Grows Because of Agency’s Passivity

WildEarth Guardians - October 22, 2012  (posted 10/22/12)

In the News:Threat to Lobos Only Grows Because of Agency’s Passivity

WildEarth Guardians Op-ed - October 22, 2012  (posted 10/22/12)

Paseo del Lobo Finale Celebration

Wolf Awareness Summer-long Event Wraps up in Flagstaff  (posted 10/20/12)

Event: ABQ BioPark Zoo Hosts Wolf Awareness Days Oct. 19-21

GardenNews.biz, October 17, 2012 (posted 10/18/12)

In the News: FWS removes female Mexican wolf from wild despite protests

E&E News Oct 13, 2012 (posted 10/16/12)

In the News: A Need for Wolves

Salt Lake Tribune Editorial Short Takes - October 5, 2012 (posted 10/13/12)

In the News: Gov.: Relocate Mexican Gray Wolf Pack

Associated Press, Oct 11, 2012, Action Needed!!

In the News: Wanted Mexican gray wolf on the run in NM captured

Associated Press 10/10/2012 (posted 10/11/12) Please write letters protesting the Fox Mountain Loba's removal!

Alert: Keep Making Calls-Fox Mountain Mother Wolf Still in Wild!

Tell Fish and Wildlife to keep this wolf with her pups and release more wolves now. (current 10/10/12)

Wolves Losing Ground State by Western State

Environment News Service – October 8, 2012  (posted 10/10/12)

No Special Listing for Lobo

Albuquerque Journal, October 8, 2012  (posted 10/08/12)

In the News: Feds: Mexican gray wolves not subspecies

Associated Press, October 5, 2012 (posted 10/8/12)

Press Release: Feds Refuse to Relist Mexican Wolves under the Endangered Species Act

Recovery Program Floundering under Current Management, WildEarth Guardians, October 5, 2012

Bear Cubs, Wolf Epitomize Sanctuary's Rescue Mission 

The Daily Courier, October 1, 2012  (posted 10/04/12)

Event: Bringing Back the Mexican Gray Wolf 

Presented by Michael Robinson, Conservation Advocate for the Center for Biological Diversity

October Events

Lots of Wolf Happenings in October

Op-Ed: Why the Beaver Should Thank the Wolf

New York Times, September 29, 2012 (posted 10/012)

Event: Helping Hands for Wolves

Helene Grimaud in Concert in Santa Fe on Oct. 23  (posted 10/01/12)

Utah Conservationists Ask Interior Secretary Not to De-list Wolves

Salt Lake Tribune, September 27, 2012 (posted 09/28/12)

In the News: More on The Real NM Lobos

Decision Due Any Day on Whether to 'Relist' Mexican Wolf, El Paso Times, 9/18/12  (posted 09/28/12)

Event: Scottsdale Wildlife Sanctuary Offers Special Night Tour

Sept. 28 - see wolves, coyotes, raccoons, owls and more during full moon (posted 09/27/12)

In the News: The Once-Great Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Has Sadly Lost Its Way

Tucson Weekly Guest Commentary September 20, 2012  (posted 09/26/12)

Recent Changes and Updates to the US Fish and Wildlife Service’s Website

Posted September 25, 2012

In the News: Fair Game Again

By Rene Romo / Journal South Reporter on Sun, Sep 23, 2012  (posted 09/24/12)

Film: The Wolf That Changed America

PBS Nature Program - A Worthy Watch

Event: Petsense National Adoptathon – September 29 & 30, 2012

Show Low, AZ  (posted 09/21/12)

Work for the Environment

The Southwest Environmental Center (posted 09/20/12)

In the News: Resurgent Wolves Again Are Fair Game

Washington Post, September 16 - (posted 09/19/12)

Event Update: Paseo del Lobo Relay Hike Heading North Out of Flagstaff

Time is running out to take part in this fun event!  (posted 09/17/12)

News release: "The Last Pack: A Return to the Wild"

New film will aim to explore the conservation efforts of the Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Program. (posted 09/16/12)

Livestock Payments May Change

Albuquerque Journal, September 12, 2012  (posted 09/14/12)

Event: Animal Tracking Workshop Set for Sept. 15

The White Mountain Independent, September 11, 2012  (posted 09/13/12)

In the News: Wolf Wanted But Eludes Trapping

Albuquerque Journal, September 11, 2012  (posted 09/12/12)

Endangered Species Updates: Mexican Wolf Reintroduction Project News

AZ Game and Fish Department Monthly Status Report: August 1-31, 2012 (posted 09/11/12)

In the News: New pro soccer team Phoenix FC Wolves debuts name, logo

Phoenix Business Journal Reveals New Pro Soccer Team’s Mascot Will be a Mexican Wolf! September 7, 2012 (posted 9/10/12)

In the News: FWS Giving Too Much Weight to State Concerns

Greenwire, September 5, 2012  (posted 09/08/12)

In the News: Wanted Mexican wolf still on the run in NM

Associated Press, September 7, 2012 (posted 09/07/12)

Event: Introduction to Wildlife Tracking

September 15 - White Mountain Conservation League sponsors Tracking Class - (posted 09/07/12)

Wolf Reintroduction Program Officials Work to Develop New Coexistence Plan

KUNM August 31, 2012 (posted 09/06/12)

Editorial: Public Role in Species Protection

New York Times, August 29, 2012  (posted 09/05/12)

News Release: Political Mudwrestling on Mexican Wolf Science

Documents Show Bargaining to Shape Scientific Findings to Meet Political Ends, YubaNet September 4, 2012 (posted 09/04/12)

In the News: Wyoming wolves to lose Endangered Species Act protection

Chicago Tribune, August 31, 2012 (posted 9/2/12)

Urgent: The Fox Mountain Mother Wolf Still Eludes Capture! Please Make Calls Today to Keep Her in the Wild!

Help stop this unnecessary and destructive removal before it’s too late! (updated 8/30/12)

Mexican Wolf Recovery Program: Progress Report

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has released the 2011 report (posted 8/31/12)

In the News: Real New Mexico Lobos Are In Middle of Expensive Courtroom Clash

Las Cruces Sun-News, August 29, 2012  (posted 08/30/12)

Study: We're Screwed Without Wolves and Bears

Mother Jones, April 10, 2012 (posted 08/29/12)

Book Review: Theft

BK Loren’s Book is a Great Read for Lovers of the Outdoors, Mexican Wolves, and Southwest Characters! (posted 08/28/12)

In the News: People Power Essential to Saving Endangered Species

Huffington Post, August 22, 2012 (posted 08/26/12)

In the News: Ex-Audubon Director Found Purpose in Protecting Wildlife

Mexican Gray Wolves Lose Good Friend and Advocate, Dave Henderson (posted 08/24/12)

In the News: Rancher, Wolf Battle Escalates

El Defensor Chieftan,  August 22, 2012  (posted 08/23/12)

Congressman Grijalva Sends Letter to Director Tuggle of the Fish and Wildlife Service

Arizona Congressman Speaks Up in Support of Mexican Gray Wolves, August 16, 2012 (posted 08/23/12)

In the News: Increase Wolves’ Genetic Pool by Releasing More to Wild

Guest Column: Albuquerque Journal, August 22, 2012

Update: Paseo del Lobo

Follow the "Path of the Wolf" with Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project (8/21/12)

In the News: Wolf Will Live, But Maybe Not In Wild

Albuquerque Journal, August 16, 2012 (posted 08/16/12)

EDITORIAL: Saving Female Wolf Not End of the Story

Albuquerque Journal, August 14, 2012 (posted 8/15/12) Letters to the editor needed!

Action Alert: Fox Mountain Pack alpha female still runs free!

Calls Needed to Keep Wolf Mother in the Wild!

In the News: Alpha Female Will Be Put Into Captivity

Albuquerque Journal, Aug 13, 2012 Letters to the editor needed

Important update on Fox Mountain Matriarch!

Fish and Wildlife Service rescinds kill order for alpha female, issues permanent removal decision (8/11/12)

In the News: Feds Rescind Order to Shoot a Mexican Gray Wolf

AP article, August 11, 2012, Letters to the Editor Needed

In the Press: Feds Order Lethal Removal of Female Mexican Wolf

AP article in Albuquerque Journal, Las Cruces Sun-News and more. Take Action now! (updated 8/11/12)

URGENT ALERT: Fish and Wildlife Plans to Kill a Female Mexican Wolf Today or Tomorrow

Phone calls needed now to save Fox Mountain Alpha Female with pups! (updated 8/10/12)

Female Wolf To Be Killed, Officials Say

PLEASE CALL THE OFFICIALS NOW Fri, Aug 10, 2012 (posted 08/10/12)

Press Release: Feds to Shoot Endangered Mexican Wolf

Conservationists Decry the Senseless Killing of the Alpha Female of the Fox Mountain Pack-Take Action Now!

Endangered Species Updates: Mexican Wolf Reintroduction Project News

AZ Game and Fish Department Monthly Status Report:  July 1-31, 2012 (posted 8/9/12)

Event UPDATE: MORE True Wolf Screenings - Goes Worldwide!

New movie called the perfect antidote to misguided notions about wolves (re-posted 8/8/12)

In the News: People: Ted Turner to receive award for endangered species work

Turner Endangered Species Fund helps endangered species, including Mexican gray wolves, E & E News PM, August 6, 2012 (posted 8/7/12)

Event: Concert to benefit wild wolves

August 23 in Denver, Colorado (posted 8/3/12)

Press Release: Public Names Wolves to Conserve Them

Thousands Participated in Group's Contest to Vote, Celebrate Wolves,  Monday, July 30, 2012 (posted 07/31/12)

Update: Paseo del Lobo (Path of the Wolf) Relay Hike

Events with the White Mountain Apache Tribe (posted 7/29/12)

Event: Little Red Riding Hood Lied about Wolves

Wild Creatures You Should Know, August 4, 2012 at the El Paso Museum of Archeology

Press Release: Murie Family Cautions Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Over Anti-Wolf Rhetoric

Murie Family and Former Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Magazine Editor Denounce “all-out war against wolves” (posted 7/26/12)

Name the Leaders of the Middle Fork Pack of the Greater Gila Bioregion

July 27 Deadline Approaches for Wolf Naming Contest  (posted 07/24/12)

Event: Mexican gray wolf presentations August 3-4, 2012

Southwest Wings Birding and Nature Festival - Sierra Vista, Arizona

Captive Born Lobo Leaves Wild Legacy

Remembrance for Laredo (AM806) by Jean Ossorio, July 19, 2012

Event: Paseo del Lobo (Path of the Wolf) Presentation

Saturday, July 21, in Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ

Event: Paseo del Lobo Relay Hike is On the Move

Get Your Boots Out and Pump Up Those Bike Tires and Join in the Fun (posted 7/19/12)

In the Press: Mexican gray wolves form 2 new packs in American Southwest

Los Angeles Times, July 16, 2012 (posted 7/17/12)

In the Press: Two New Wolf Packs Established in NM

Albuquerque Journal, Las Cruces Sun-News, San Francisco Chronicle, and more, July 14, 2012 (posted 7/16/12)

Mexican Wolf Reintroduction Project News

Endangered Species Updates - Arizona Game and Fish - June 30, 2012 (Posted 07/12/12)

Wolf Conservation Center - The 2012 Mexican Wolf Annual Meeting Begins

WCC Blog keeps us updated on Mexican Wolf Species Survival Plan Meeting (posted 7/11/12)

In the Press: Date Night at the Zoo, if Rare Species Play Along

New York Times Article Explores Why Captive Breeding Alone is Not Enough, July 4, 2012 (posted 7/11/12)

MEDIA RELEASE – Wolf Haven International

Wolf Sanctuary Hosts International Wolf Experts, July 5, 2012 (posted 7/10/12)

Event: Learn about wolf behavior Saturday

Wolf Discovery Day in Pinetop-Lakeside, AZ July 7 (posted 7/6/12)

A special message from Wolfwatcher's Southwest Regional Director, Daniel Sayre

Be a Voice for Mexican Gray Wolves in the Southwest! (posted 7/3/12)

Letters to the Editor - Speak Up For More Releases

It's Your Turn to be Heard - July 2, 2012

New Film Project: The Last Pack

Website to promote Mexican wolves and development of a new video (posted 7/2/12)

WildEarth Guardians Contest and New Website

Name the Leaders of the Pack! (posted 6/29/12)

Event: Paseo del Lobo (Path of the Wolf)-Hikers, Volunteers, and Supporters Needed!

A Wolf Awareness Relay Hike in the path of natural dispersal from the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area to the Grand Canyon

Top Predators Key to Extinctions as Planet Warms

Global Warming May Cause More Extinctions … - ScienceDaily (posted 06/25/2012)

Mexican Wolf Reintroduction Project News

Endangered Species Updates - Arizona Game and Fish - June 14, 2012 (posted 06/21/12)

In the News: Endangered Species:

Another Controversy in Mexican Wolf Program as Watchdog Files Integrity Complaint - April Reese, E&E reporter, June 20, 2012 (posted 06/21/12)

Important Policy News from the Society for Conservation Biology:

Three Scientific Societies Offer Their Expertise to Move Mexican Wolf Recovery Forward. Add Your Support Today! (posted June 20, 2012)

2012 Mexican Wolf Conservation Stamp Available for Purchase

Proceeds Benefit Mexican Wolf Recovery Efforts!  New Mexico Wilderness Alliance  – (posted 06/19/12)

Action Item: Be a Champion for Conservation!

Help Protect Wolves by Hosting a Home Screening of Lords of Nature: Life in a Land of Great Predators

Flying the Good Flight with Master Teacher Jack Long

Entrepreneur Flies to Support Medical Aid and Wildlife Conservation (posted 06/12/12)

In the News: Group alleges political meddling in wolf program

Denver Post, June 8, 2012 (posted June 11, 2012)

Press Release: Politics Molest Mexican Wolf Science

Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility, June 7, 2012 (posted 6/11/12)

In the News: Record N.M. Blaze Behaving Differently From Last Year's Fires

Greenwire, April Reese, June 5, 2012 (posted 06/08/12)

$385,000 Set Aside in Trapping Suit

Albuquerque Journal – June 6, 2012

In the News: Wolf’s Death Investigated

Fire Threatens Two Other Packs - Albuquerque Journal, Rene Romo, June 6, 2012

Press Release: New Mexico Hires DC Law Firm to Defend Trapping in Lobo Country

Allocates $385,000 for Legal Fight for Policy that Kills Mexican Wolves

Three Legged Wolves Lead the Pack in New Mexico

BLOG POST: Tripawds Blogs - June 4, 2012 (posted 06/05/12)

In the News: Mexican Gray Wolf: A Story About People

KUNM, June 4, 2012

Event: Lobos at a Crossroads-Tucson, Arizona

Sky Island Alliance Speaker Series, June 13, 2012

Help Lobos by Staying Informed and Getting Involved!

Join Our Email List, Contact a Group Near You, or Write a Letter

Spotlight Placed on Rare Creatures, Plants

“100 Under 100” - The Chronicle Herald , May 27, 2012 (posted 05/29/12)

2012 Mexican Wolf Conservation Stamp Available for Purchase

Proceeds Benefit Mexican Wolf Recovery Efforts!  New Mexico Wilderness Alliance  – (posted 5/28/12)

What does the 10(j) status mean for the Mexican gray wolf?

Biologist Emily Nelson clarifies the Lobo’s Endangered Species Act status

Sleeping with Wolves

Wolf Conservation Center’s New Nocturnal Adventure! South Salem, NY

In the News: The Killing Agency: Wildlife Services' Brutal Methods Leave a Trail of Animal Death

The Albuquerque Journal, May 20, 2012 – (posted 05/22/12)

Sky Island Alliance Community Speaker Series

Wednesday Nights in June, 6:30pm - 8:30 pm, Zuzi Theater in The Historic Y, 738 N. 5th Ave., Tucson

Press Release: Study: 90 Percent of Endangered Species Recovering on Time

Southwest’s Rare Trout, Wolves, Utah Prairie Dogs, Condors Among Species Improving Because of Endangered Species Act - Center for Biological Diversity (posted 5/19/12)

May 18 is Endangered Species Day

Celebrate by Taking Action for Endangered Mexican Gray Wolves!

Tribute in Memory of a Lobo Friend:

Conservationist Author and Rancher Gene Simon Died May 8, 2012

In the News: The Killing Agency: Wildlife Services' Brutal Methods Leave a Trail of Animal Death

The Sacramento Bee, April 29, 2012 – (posted 05/16/12)

Did You Know?

How Much Room is There for Mexican Wolves?

Latest BRWRA Monthly Project Update

Mexican Wolf Blue Range Reintroduction Project Monthly Update Submitted: May 11, 2012, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – posted 05/13/12

In The NEWS: Gray Wolf's Anatomy: Saving a Species

Associated Press, Steve Johnson, May 9, 2012 – (posted 05/10/12)

Nature Center in NY Suburbs Says 8 Mexican Wolves Have Been Born There; Species is Endangered

The Washington Post, Associated Press, May 7, 2012 – posted 05/09/12

Congratulations to Mexican Wolves F749 & M740!

Eight Pups Born at The Wolf Conservation Center – May 6, 2012

Original ‘Lobo Louie’ Inspires Activism

New Mexico Daily Lobo, Avicra Luckey,  May 2, 2012 (posted 05/03/12)

You Can Be A Champion for Conservation!

Help Protect Wolves by Hosting a Home Screening of Lords of Nature: Life in a Land of Great Predators

Expectant Mexican Wolf Mothers at Wolf Conservation Center

Videos of Current Mothers in Waiting and of Past Captive Bred Pups – 04/29/12

Drawing Connections Between Food Webs: Universal Truths About Species' Roles Uncovered

Keystone Species, Like Wolves, Maintain Healthy Ecosystems, Science Daily, April 4, 2012 (posted 04/25/12)

Volunteer Opportunity: Mexican Wolf Field Volunteer

USFWS Offering Two Volunteer Positions to Work in The Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Program

It’s Not Voyeurism; It’s Science

Wolf Conservation Center Has Cameras Ready for Pups to be Born

In the News: Public Is Behind Wolves; Will Government Get the Message?

Op-ed: Albuquerque Journal, April 15, 2012 (posted 4-17-12)

In the News: Groups Rally In ABQ For Mexican Gray Wolf Releases (Letters Needed!)

Albuquerque Journal, April 13, 2012 (posted 4-16-12)

In the News: Rally Calls for Release of More Mexican Gray Wolves

Great Turnout and Coverage of Mexican Wolf Rally, Albuquerque, NM April 13, 2012 (posted 04/14/12)

PRESS RELEASE: Rally-goers Tell US Fish and Wildlife to End the Freeze on Mexican Wolf Releases

Friday the 13th Event Aims to Change Luck for Endangered Lobos at Risk from Inbreeding

Loss of Predators in Northern Hemisphere Affecting Ecosystem Health

Oregon State University, April 9, 2012 – (posted 04/11/12)

Sign Making Party for Wolf Rally

Thursday, April 12 – 6:00pm

In the News: Feds offer details in latest Mexican gray wolf death, reward tops $57,000

Susan Montoya Bryan, Associated Press, April 10, 2012 (posted 4/11/12) Letters Needed!


Friday, April 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico

Wolf Rally Zings Obama Administration

El Paso Times, Milan Simonich, April 6, 2012 - (posted 04/09/12)

In the News: Support waning for Mexican gray wolf program

(Our headline: Wolf opponents abandon pretense of cooperation) AZ Daily Star, April 8, 2012 (posted 4/10/12) Letters to the Editor needed!


Friday, April 13 in Albuquerque, New Mexico

White Mountain Apache Wilderness Journeys

Planning for the 2012 schedule, Defenders of Wildlife – 04/07/12

Celebrate Easter With an Egg Hunt With a Twist

Wolf Conservation Center, Saturday, April 7th (posted 04/06/12)

Interior Secretary Salazar Urged to Release Mexican Wolves Into Wild; Population Suffering From Inbreeding

Speak Up For Mexican Wolves, EnviroLib, March 30th, 2012 – (posted 04/05/12)

Event: Mexican Wolf Education and Activism

Two Presentations - April 10 in Las Cruces, NM

Film Screening and Q&A - “Stories of Wolves-The Lobo Returns”

Saturday, April 7th, Guild Theater, Albuquerque – posted 04/03/12

Wolf Conservation Center Offers Fun Predator Events in April

Wolf Camp and a Special Easter Egg Hunt, Posted 04/02/12

Tell US Fish and Wildlife Service: Release Mexican Wolves Into New Mexico Before It's Too Late

Sign the Petition and Write a Letter, Southwest Environmental Center, posted 04/01/2012

Conservationists Hit Obama on Wolves

President Has Done Nothing to Help Save Species, Critics Say, El Paso Times
Correspondent, Milan Simonich, March 29, 2012  (posted 03/31/12)

Groups Call For Releases of Mexican Gray Wolves

Las Cruces Sun-News, The Associated Press, March 29, 2012 (posted 03/30/12)

Press Release: Interior Secretary Salazar Urged to Restart Mexican Wolf Releases Into Wild

Scientists, Conservationists, Sportsmen and Animal Advocates join together to send message to Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, March 29, 2012

Lobos Visit Lobos to Show True, Calm Nature

New Mexico Daily Lobo, March 26, 2012 (posted 03/28/12)

The Southwest Environmental Center Runs Full Page Ad Calling for Wolf Releases in New Mexico

Let Your Voice Be Heard Too. - posted 03/26/12

Fish and Wildlife Service Name Endangered Species Recovery Champion Awards

Encourage FWS To Do More!  Letter Writing Opportunity!  (posted 03/26/12)

Jane Lindskold: Wednesday Wanderings

Author of “Firekeeper” Blog's about Wolf Fest 2012

UNM Wolf Fest 2012 - Friday, March 23

A Celebration of Mexican Gray Wolves, University of New Mexico Campus

Annual Endangered Species Day Youth Art Contest

Last Chance Reminder - Get Your Entries In Now! (posted 03/14/12)

Event: The Wild and Scenic Film Festival

Friday, March 9 at the Orpheum Theater, Hosted by the Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project

Follow the Pack, March 1, 2012

Luna lobos on the Continental Divide

Press Release: Feds Plan to Strip Endangered Species Act Protection From Gray Wolves Across United States

For Immediate Release, March 1, 2012, Center for Biological Diversity – (posted 03/02/12)

Could Wolves Help Songbirds Weather Climate Change?

NRDC – Switchboard Blog – Sylvia Fallon, January 27, 2012 (posted 03/01/12)

Los Lobos Concert in Santa Fe, NM March 7

Encourage Los Lobos to Support Wild Lobos, posted 02/29/12

Wolf Population Grows in N.M., Arizona

Albuquerque Journal, Associated Press, February 20, 2012 (posted 02/27/12)

Not Such Big, Bad Wolves: Eureka’s Endangered Wolf Center

Sarah Adams, Editor-in-Chief, McKendree Review (posted 02/23/12)

In the News: Wolf Reintroduction Suffers Setback in Mexico, 4 out of 5 Wolves Dead From Poisoning

The Washington Post, Associated Press, February 21, 2012 (posted 02/22/12)

In the News: Environmental Group Sues NM Wildlife Managers Over Trapping in Mexican Gray Wolf Territory

The Republic – Susan Montoya Bryan, Associated Press, February 7, 2012 (posted 02/20/12)

Editorial: Wolf Numbers Gain Some Ground

Arizona Republic, February 11, 2012 (posted 02/19/12)

Annual Endangered Species Day Youth Art Contest

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, February 8, 2012 (posted 02/17/12)

Letters to the Editor - Holding Their Own

Albuquerque Journal, February 14, 2012 (posted 02/16/12)

In the News: Mexican Wolf Numbers On The Rise in Arizona

The White Mountain Independent, February 11, 2012 (posted 02/15/12)

Send a Valentine’s Message for Mexican Wolves!

Help Get More Wolves in the Wild with Valentines to the Secretary of the Interior!

Send a Valentine’s Message for Mexican Wolves

Help Get More Wolves in the Wild with Valentines to the Secretary of the Interior!

Press Release: Federal Mexican Wolf Recovery Program Still Lagging behind Schedule

WildEarth Guardians Demands Lobo Releases and Increased Protections from Feds, February 3, 2012 (posted 2/12/12)

Celebrate Love Wolfy-Style

Valentine’s Tips from Wolf Conservation Center – posted 02/10/12

Press Release: Necropsy Results Show Mexican Wolf Died From Illegal Gunshot; Reward Offered for Information

US Fish and Wildlife Service, February 9, 2012

Press Release: WildEarth Guardians Files Suit to End Trapping in Lobo Country

New Mexico Trapping Regulations Violate the Endangered Species Act, February 7, 2012 (posted 02/08/12)

In the News: Busch Family Member New Director of Endangered Wolf Center

River Front Times, February 1, 2012 (posted 02/06/12)

In the News: Wolf Census Up 16 Percent

Albuquerque Journal, February 4, 2012

In the News: Mexican wolves thrive in the wild

SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN / Associated Press February 3, 2012-Letters Needed to Keep Momentum Going!

Press Release: FWS needs to build on momentum and take further action to increase numbers of Mexican wolves in the wild

Southwest Environmental Center, February 3, 2012

Press Release: Mexican Gray Wolf Numbers Increase for Second Year in a Row

Births in Wild Offset Deaths, But Releases to Wild Remain Stalled, February 3, 2012, Center for Biological Diversity

Press Statement: Mexican gray wolves gained ground in 2011

Defenders of Wildlife, February 3, 2012

Press Release: 2011 Mexican Wolf Population Survey Complete

Numbers Up From 2010- US Fish and Wildlife Service

Wolves' Senses Tapped to Keep Them Clear of Cattle

Associated Press, January 28th, 2012 (posted 02/02/12)

Slow Going for Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery

Conservation Advocates Call for More Releases - Summit Voice, Bob Berwyn, January 28, 2012 (posted 02/01/12)

In the Press: Hatred of Predators Reaches Ridiculous Fervor

Setting the Record Straight, The Montana Standard, January 26, 2012 (posted 01/31/12)

Movie Review: Neeson's 'Grey' Full of Wolf Poop

‘The Grey’ Critique, Toronto Sun, January 27, 2012 (posted 01/30/12)

Press Release: New Report Shows Too Few Mexican Wolves Released to Boost Population

Center for Biological Diversity, January 27, 2012 (posted 01/29/12)

Take Action: Movie Misrepresenting Wolves Opens This Weekend!

Tell Moviegoers the Positive Truth About Wolves (posted January 28, 2012)

Can Bad Meal Deter Wolves?

Albuquerque Journal, January 27, 2012

Winner Chosen for 2012 Wolf Stamp Artwork

Proceeds Benefit Mexican Wolf Recovery Efforts! New Mexico Wilderness Alliance, January 26, 2012

In the News: Wolf Sanctuary Shuts Down After Devastating Storm Damage

King 5 News, January 23, 2012 (posted 01/25/12)

More Great Letters to the Editor!

Join Your Fellow Lobo Supporters and Speak Out! - January 25, 2012

In the News: Their View: Decisions based on science, not propaganda

Op-ed, Las Cruces Sun News January 22, 2012 (posted 1/24/12)

In the News: Mesker Zoo's conservation 'ripples' reach out

Evansville Courier & Press, January 17, 2012 (posted 1/20/12)

In the News: Arizona Backs Off Wolf Stance

Letters Needed! Albuquerque Journal, January 19, 2012

In the News: Arizona eases gray wolf reintroduction stance

Arizona Daily Star, January 16, 2012 (posted 1/17/12)

In the News: Arizona to replace lost Mexican wolves 

Arizona Republic, January 14, 2012 (posted 1/16/12)

Great Pro-Wolf Letters to the Editor!

Lobo supporters speak out! (posted January 8, 2012)

In the News: How returning wolves are changing Yellowstone

Ecotrope article with video, December 29, 2011 (posted 1/6/12)

In the Press: Will the Mexican Wolf Again Become Part of Mexico’s Wildlife?

A breeze of hope surfaces as reintroduction draws near, Wolves of the World, Winter 2011 (posted 1/3/12)

Take Action: Get More Mexican Wolves Released into the Wild Where they Belong

It’s time for the stalling to stop!

Happy Lobo New Year!

Videos to Celebrate and Promote Understanding of Mexican Gray Wolves!