Whose side are they on?
Arizona, New Mexico, Utah, and Colorado obstruct Mexican gray wolf recovery. Read the history of obstruction here. We’ve outlined all they’ve done to block recovery in recent years. The draft Mexican wolf recovery plan, however, proposes to hand the work over to them.
Read the full report HERE.
TAKE ACTION FOR MEXICAN WOLVES
CLICK HERE for more information about the Recovery Plan and how to submit your comments to the Fish and Wildlife Service. Helpful talking points are provided.
Attend on of the Fish and Wildlife Service’s public meetings in Arizona and New Mexico. Find a meeting near you.
READ MORE: New Lobo ‘Recovery Plan’ Puts Politics Before Science Risks Recovery of Highly Endangered Mexican Gray Wolves