These could be the last days for lobos.
In 1998, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) released 11 lobos into the wild in Arizona, making a promise in good faith that they were committed to help restore the Mexican gray wolf to its homelands in the Southwestern United States. But today, FWS is breaking faith and proposing a plan that measurably abandons their responsibility to secure a future for this iconic American species.
Defenders will never turn our backs on lobos. We will fight this reckless plan and work to ensure the promise of a future for lobos does not go unfulfilled.
Give today to help us keep hope alive for a future for lobos and other wildlife in the U.S.