Saturday, July 15, 2017

Lobo "Recovery" Plan Puts Politics Before Science, Speak out!

Despite recommendations of scientists, the new draft recovery plan (more of a recovery sham) for Mexican gray wolves unnaturally limits the population size and range of this subspecies in the Southwest. We need your help to speak up for wolves!

Instead of moving forward with a draft plan based on science-based recommendations, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has allowed the recovery planning process to be delayed and subverted due to political pressures from Arizona and the other three states important to Mexican wolf recovery. These pressures have focused on keeping wolves south of Interstate 40 and limited in population size to a number far below scientific recommendations.

Please participate in one of the following meetings to speak up on this important issue. To review and comment on the draft revised recovery plan and related documents, visit and enter the docket number FWS-R2-ES-2017-0036 in the search bar.

Tuesday, July 18
6-9 p.m.
Prochnow Auditorium, NAU
South Knowles Dr. (map)
Wednesday, July 19
6-9 p.m.
Hon-Dah Resort
777 AZ-260 (map)

For talking points and further information, please go to Mexicanwolves.orgview our press release, and contact Sandy Bahr at

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