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Mexican Gray Wolf (c) Jim Clark

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Stop the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service from Making a Huge Mistake!

Fewer than 90 wild Mexican gray wolves are left clinging to survival – a handful in Mexico and 83 in the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area, a small region in Arizona and New Mexico. These wolves deserve a real chance to recover and policies guided by science – not the half-measures offered by FWS’ flawed proposal.

FWS is allowing more killing, putting arbitrary limits on the population, and keeping the wolves out of the habitats they need to survive.  It’s taken the FWS 16 years to revise their wolf management strategy – and this is the best they can do? This is not the way to recover Mexican gray wolves!

Tell Director Dan Ashe not to move forward with this proposal! 


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Mexican gray wolves need a stronger recovery plan!

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