Mexican Gray Wolves
Contact: Tina Deines email@example.com 505-843-8696, ext. 104 NM Wilderness Alliance launches 5th international Mexican gray wolf collector’s stamp This year’s stamp—chosen from more than 50 entries—inspired by Albuquerque native wolf Albuquerque—April 6, 2015— The New Mexico Wilderness Alliance just released its 5th international….
Help protect the critically endangered Mexican gray wolf with your artwork The New Mexico Wilderness Alliance invites submissions for the 2015 Mexican Wolf Conservation Stamp. Artists worldwide are invited to enter two-dimensional drawings, paintings, or photographs featuring the Mexican gray wolf. The winning artwork will….
Emily Yehle, E&E reporter Mexican wolves will have more room to roam under regulations announced today by the Fish and Wildlife Service that aim to triple the size of the species’s experimental population. The rules represent the first major update to the program since 1998…..
Guest Commentary by Judy Calman, Staff Attorney for New Mexico Wilderness Alliance Originally appeared at nywolf.org A wolf was shot and killed in Utah on December 28th. It was likely an endangered, federally protected wolf named Echo. She was the first wolf documented in the….
E&E News December 4, 2014 Killing wolves to reduce predation on livestock does not work, according to a new study by researchers at Washington State University. The study found that killing wolves as a management technique may be doing more harm than good. Researchers concluded….