Tell the FWS to save Mexican gray wolves

There are just 163 endangered Mexican gray wolves left in the wild in the U.S., and the agency responsible for their recovery isn’t doing enough to save them.

Several years ago, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS) went against the best available science and developed new rules for Mexican gray wolves that inhibited their recovery – including deeming the only wild population of these gray wolves “non-essential” and placing an arbitrary cap on their numbers and habitat range. 

After Defenders and other conservation organizations sued, the Federal Court agreed and directed FWS to make revisions to save these wolves, and now FWS is considering the scope of the changes to be made.

Mexican Gray Wolf (c) GNagel/iStock

We have to act now: Tell FWS to put endangered Mexican gray wolves on the path to recovery! 


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