Save the Lobo! Wolves Need You on October 4
The US Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed to strip gray wolves’ endangered species protections and make other changes that threaten the recovery and survival of Mexican gray wolves.
On October 4, 2013 the USFWS will hold its only public hearing on both of these destructive proposals in Albuquerque.
Fewer than 80 Mexican gray wolves remain in the wild. Your participation in the Save the Lobo event and the hearing on the same day is crucial to ensure the future of these critically endangered wolves.
You can make a difference just by showing up – We need a crowd!
Because this is so important, science and conservation groups throughout the four corners states and beyond are organizing a Save the Lobo event on the day of the hearing:
3:30 p.m. Tabling, free refreshments, sign-making, children’s art activities
4:00 p.m. Training by Defenders of Wildlife
4:45 p.m. Save the Lobo Rally/Sign up for Hearing
6:00 p.m. US Fish and Wildlife Service Hearing
1000 Woodward Place NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102
We know that special interests are organizing to call for an end to wolves at the hearing in Albuquerque. Your voice, joined with many others, is needed at the hearing if America’s wolves are to survive the attacks against them.
This is a historic opportunity. A critical mass of supporters on October 4 can turn the tide for wolves.
To ensure the future of New Mexico’s native wolves, save the date and spread the word.
Event to Save the Lobo Sponsored By:
Defenders of Wildlife ~ Sierra Club-Rio Grande Chapter ~ WildEarth Guardians
Center for Biological Diversity ~ New Mexico Chapter of ConservAmerica
Sierra Club-Grand Canyon Chapter ~ Animal Protection of New Mexico ~ The Wildlands Network
Southwest Environmental Center ~ Wilburforce Foundation ~ Conservation Voters New Mexico
White Mountain Conservation League ~ Grand Canyon Wildlands Council
Western Wildlife Conservancy ~ NM Wilderness Alliance ~ Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project ~ The Rewilding Institute ~ Great Old Broads for Wilderness ~ Wolf Conservation Center
For more information, or to help with the event, email firstname.lastname@example.org or go to www.mexicanwolves.org
For information on how to submit comments to the US Fish and Wildlife Service on the proposed changes to the Mexican gray wolf reintroduction rule and on how to encourage NM members of Congress to stand for wolves, click here.