Gray Wolf (Canis Lupus) photo courtesy of Center for Biological Diversity
Only 58 Gray Wolves survive in the wild in Arizona and New Mexico. We can’t afford to let a single one be killed. Wolf numbers are so low that at this point we’re fighting to save the entire Mexican gray wolf subspecies from going extinct.
Due to shooting, trapping and political opposition by the livestock industry, the wolf recovery program has completely stalled out. Only 58 wolves exist in the wild, yet the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is not only doing nothing to boost the population, it is trapping some of the last survivors!
The Center for Biological Diversity has five active lawsuits to stop wolf killing in Oregon, Wyoming, Minnesota and the Southwest, and the Center is the only group in the country fighting to save all four gray wolf populations in the contiguous United States.
Wolves need your help to keep their rightful place in the wild.
The Center for Biological Diversity desperately needs more funds to win these critical battles and defend wolves. Please help by donating generously right now to the Center’s Save the Endangered Species Act Fund. All gifts by December 31st will be matched dollar-for-dollar by a leading board member to make your gift go twice as far.
Please, if you love wolves and can spare any amount, donate now and double your contribution to saving these beautiful wild predators.
You can read more about grazing our public land and the Federal Grazing Program here.