Special Events

“Building a community of welcome for wolves.”

July 2017 rally at USFWS wolf mtg in FlagstaffDear Supporter of Wolves,

Thank you for your generous support to protect and restore wolves.  With your help Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project continues to build a community of welcome for when wolves return to the Grand Canyon Region. We envision -- and we know you do too -- a future where a robust population of wild wolves roam freely and safely across our region’s landscape. Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project (GCWRP) remains committed to this dream.

As you likely know, the newly released U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Mexican wolf recovery plan does not truly address the needs of wolves in the wild, limiting both numbers of wolves and size of recovery area.  Even though, with our help, thousands of citizens submitted positive comments in support of wolf recovery, politics once again trumped science. The plan does little to ensure wolf recovery and once again Mexican wolves will not be allowed to roam north of Interstate 40.

We must be vigilant and continue to keep wolf supporters informed about future actions taken by USFWS and Arizona Game & Fish Department that hamper wolf recovery.

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Attend the AZGF Commission Appointment Recommendation Board Meeting on November 15, 2017

Esperanza for AZGF Commission
PHOENIX — The Arizona Game and Fish Commission Appointment Recommendation Board will interview four candidates for the governor’s appointment to fill a 2018 vacancy on the Arizona Game and Fish Commission. The meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 15, begins at 9 a.m. at the Arizona Game and Fish Department headquarters, 5000 W. Carefree Highway in Phoenix. An agenda will be posted in advance at www.azgfd.gov/board.

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