Monday, July 25, 2011

Don't Let Mexican Wolf Trapping Start Again

With a new anti-wolf governor in New Mexico, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is under pressure to resume trapping and shooting Mexican gray wolves -- even though only about 50 wolves survive in the wilds of Arizona and New Mexico.

In 2008, the Fish and Wildlife Service wisely, but belatedly, suspended trapping and shooting of wolves. Before that, many wolves had been killed or lost limbs to agonizing traps. The wolves have barely recovered since, and now they're counting on you to help defend them against a return to inhumane persecution.

Please write your congresspeople and Interior Secretary Ken Salazar today and urge them not to revert to trapping and shooting Mexican wolves.

Visit to take action now.

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