Save the Lobo Event in Albuquerque October 4, 2013

Rally and Testify at a Public Hearing to Save the Lobo from Extinction

Fifteen years after they were reintroduced, only about 75 Mexican gray wolves remain in the wild.

The US Fish and Wildlife Service is now proposing to delist gray wolves and implement changes that threaten the continued existence of Mexican wolves. Only one hearing will be held on both of these destructive proposals - October 4 in Albuquerque, NM.

Because this is so important, science and conservation groups throughout the four corners states and beyond are organizing a Save the Lobo event on the day of the hearing.

You and other supporters of the Mexican wolf are all that will stand between extinction and survival for these critically endangered, beautiful and intelligent animals. Please stand up and speak up for the lobo on October 4.

Embassy Suites
1000 Woodward Place NE
Albuquerque, NM 87102

3:30 p.m. Tabling, free refreshments, sign-making, children's art activities
4:00 p.m. Training by Defenders of Wildlife
4:45 p.m. Sign up to testify at the hearing & Save the Lobo Rally
6:00 p.m. US Fish and Wildlife Service Hearing

Special interests are organizing to call for an end to wolves at the hearing in Albuquerque.

Your voice, joined with many others, is needed at the hearing if America's wolves are to survive the attacks against them. You can make a huge difference, just by showing up!

This is a historic opportunity. A critical mass of supporters in Albuquerque on October 4 can turn the tide for wolves. So please save the date and spread the word.

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Carpools are being organized in Arizona to meet and leave from Flagstaff on Friday, October 4th in the morning.  Please contact us for more information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Event to Save the Lobo Sponsored By:

Defenders of Wildlife, Sierra Club-Rio Grande Chapter, WildEarth Guardians
Center for Biological Diversity, New Mexico Chapter of ConservAmerica
Sierra Club-Grand Canyon Chapter, Animal Protection of New Mexico, The Wildlands Network
Southwest Environmental Center, Wilburforce Foundation, Conservation Voters New Mexico
White Mountain Conservation League, Grand Canyon Wildlands Council
Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project
Western Wildlife Conservancy, NM Wilderness Alliance, The Rewilding Institute
Wolf Conservation Center, Great Old Broads For Wilderness

For information on how to submit comments to the US Fish and Wildlife Service on the proposed changes to the Mexican gray wolf reintroduction rule and on how to encourage NM members of Congress to stand for wolves, click here.

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