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Over two hundred Mexican gray wolf advocates in Arizona and New Mexico showed their support at two public hearings to give the endangered wolves a chance at recovery.
The fate of los lobos: When will the Fish and Wildlife Service finally do right by Mexican gray wolves? »
A revised draft proposal by USFWS to protect Mexican gray wolves allows more roaming room, but also creates more chances for the wolves to be killed.
A new study shows that while the U.S.-Mexico border fence does affect some native species, it does not necessarily restrict the movement of humans. In other words, animals can’t get over or around the wall, but people still can.
Defenders’ Wildlife Volunteer Corps Make a Difference at New Mexico’s Salinas Pueblo National Monument »
You can make a huge difference for habitat and have a lot of fun when you put 13 enthusiastic Defenders’ volunteers into a magnificent National Monument site!