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Help Mexican Gray Wolves

Imminent Wolf Extinction Threat

If the states of New Mexico, Arizona, Utah and Colorado get their way and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) doesn’t stand up to them, the Mexican gray wolf, or lobo, will go extinct in the wild sometime very soon.

Extremists in these states have all but paralyzed efforts by FWS to foster recovery of the lobo, the world’s most endangered gray wolf subspecies.

The just-released 2015 annual wolf count bore bad news. The wild Mexican gray wolf population has dropped 12 percent in the past year to just 97 animals.

Please urge Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to do what is necessary to save these majestic animals!

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