If the vast majority of the public abhors wildlife killing contests, why are they still legal in 48 (soon to be 47) states? If the people who watch wildlife far outnumber those who hunt and fish, why do our Game and Fish Departments still focus most of their efforts on game species? The short answer is: our wildlife is being held hostage by a broken and antiquated system that needs our help.
We are facing a worldwide crisis of biodiversity loss and time is running out to stop it. Now is the time to build power for wildlife so we can take the New Mexico 2020 legislature by storm and make some lasting, systemic changes in our state. We are committed to a vision of a wildlife management that upholds our values of justice, democracy, and scientific decision-making. Will you join us?
On April 15th, we'll lay out our Wildlife for All campaign and lead a short workshop on how to powerfully lead on wildlife issues. You'll leave feeling informed, energized, and ready to mobilize. Light snacks will be provided.
Read more about our Wildlife for All vision here.
Suggested donation for non-members: $5
Our best hope for wildlife is us.