Photo Endangered Wolf Center, St. Louis, Mo.
Biologists say releasing more Mexican wolves into the wild is urgently needed. NM Governor Susana Martinez opposes more releases.
Send this message to show your support for releasing more Mexican wolves into the wild in New Mexico. When you click submit, it will go to the officials listed below.
To: U.S. FWS Director Dan Ashe
U.S. FWS Regional Director Benjamin Tuggle
cc: NM Governor Susana Martinez
I support the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's efforts to release more endangered Mexican gray wolves into New Mexico because:
- Releases of more wolves, especially in family packs, are urgently needed to improve the genetic health of the wild wolf population;
- Such releases are needed to recover the Mexican gray wolf, as FWS is required to do under the Endangered Species Act;
- FWS has the authority under the Endangered Species Act to release wolves despite opposition from the State of New Mexico.
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