Act Now to Save the Mexican Gray Wolf
Elections are approaching - please urge your members of Congress to send a letter to the Fish and Wildlife Service demanding that they take immediate action to save Mexican gray wolves!
After they were nearly wiped off the face of the earth, Mexican gray wolves were returned to the wild in 1998 through the efforts of people like you. Today, they desperately need your help to bring them back from the brink of extinction. The situation is dire. The population is declining and only 42 Mexican wolves remained in the wilds of the Southwest in early 2010. This summer, two of those remaining wolves were found shot to death and a third wolf was found dead under suspicious circumstances, leaving gaping holes in families raising dependent pups. These highly endangered animals can be brought back from the brink of extinction and successfully recovered. But only if the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the agency responsible for their recovery, takes the necessary actions. Your members of Congress can make that happen, and they need to hear from you.