An incredibly rare subspecies of wolf is inching closer to extinction—help push for an urgent recovery plan!
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Only 113 of these wolves are estimated to remain in the wild.
Tell the Department of the Interior and the Fish and Wildlife Service to create a strong recovery plan now!
We’re fighting in court to keep this ultra-rare subspecies of the gray wolf from extinction.
But today we need your help to put additional pressure on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Department of Interior.
The Fish and Wildlife Service is finally beginning work on a recovery plan for the endangered Mexican gray wolf, an iconic species of the American Southwest. But anti-wildlife politicians are attempting to block progress, and these wolves are at risk of being wiped out completely.
Don’t let politics get in the way of a science-based recovery plan that would save these majestic wolves. Take action now.
Mexican gray wolves are some of the rarest and most endangered mammals on the continent—and with only an estimated 113 remaining in the wild at last count, they need your help!
Unfortunately, the governors of Arizona, New Mexico, Utah and Colorado, bowing to pressure from ranchers and anti-wolf interests, are fighting to undermine recovery efforts.
Contrary to what the politicians are telling the federal government, scientific studies show that to create a sustainable population, these wolves need more habitat and multiple, interconnected populations, totaling more than 700 wolves.
Given their low numbers, genetic diversity should also come into consideration before any killing of these wolves is authorized.
For years, these wolves have struggled to survive in the wild—yet politicians continue to hinder their recovery.
Time is of the essence to save these wolves! Take action now to ensure their survival.
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