Action Alerts

Let Mexican Gray Wolves Roam To Grand Canyon National Park!

grandcanyon clip image002Please respectfully let the Grand Canyon National Park Superintendent know you support wolf recovery in the park. In order to manage wildlife within NPS properties, we request that the Park Service does not authorize removal permits for any wolves that migrate into Grand Canyon. Wolves are native to the park, but were extirpated by humans in the last 80 years. Their recovery is important and those who make it home should be allowed to stay!

Contact Grand Canyon to let them know you want to see wolves restored in the park!

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Send a postcard:
Grand Canyon National Park
Attn: Superintendent
P.O. Box 129
Grand Canyon, AZ 86023

Take Action for America's Gray Wolves - Deadline July 15, 2019!

On March 15, 2019 the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) officially proposed removing federal Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves across the entire lower 48 states, a plan that would put the future of the gray wolf and its proven benefits to ecosystems at serious risk.

The proposed rule removes federal Endangered Species Act protections for all gray wolves in the contiguous United States except for the population of critically endangered Mexican gray wolves in Arizona and New Mexico, where only about 114 remain. This rule would threaten and remove protections for gray wolves, like Echo, a female gray wolf who dispersed to the North Rim of the Grand Canyon in 2014. Other wolves moving into to suitable habitat in places like Utah and Colorado will also lose protections if this rule is approved.


The most effective way to show opposition to USFWS’s delisting proposal is to write personalized comments on the proposed rule in the Federal Register.

Open the suggested talking points here to guide your words.

1. Use the link to open optional talking points to guide your words.
2. Go to the proposed rule on Federal Register here.
3. Once on the Federal Register, select the “Comment Now!” button.
4. Type your comment into the box.
5. Make sure to hit "Continue" and "Submit Comment" so they are recorded in the public comments of the federal register on this important issue.

The 60-day public comment period has been EXTENDED and now remains open through July 15, 2019.

Thank you for taking action to help protect America's gray wolves!

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