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Protect Mexican Gray Wolves

Help Prevent This Wolf Extinction

Forty years ago, the Mexican gray wolf, also known as the lobo, was listed under the Endangered Species Act. And it’s been 18 years since Defenders President Jamie Rappaport Clark helped bring in the first Mexican gray wolves to be released back into the wilds of the Apache National Forest in Arizona.

But today, these wolves are once again on the brink of extinction.

It's not too late. But it will be, unless action is taken right away.

Ask Interior Secretary Sally Jewell to release more captive lobos into the wild so these iconic predators have a fighting chance to survive.

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