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July 18-22 — Fish & Wildlife Meetings: Advocate for the Mexican Gray Wolf!

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Event Date: July 18, 2017 18:00
Event Organizer: Maya Rommwatt Coordinator | Lobos of the Southwest 503.467.9471
Contact Info: White Mountains BB Leader: Billie Hughes,; Rio Grande Valley: Susan Ostlie,; Middle Gila: Roz Switzer,
Arizona and New Mexico

The Mexican Gray Wolf needs our help now more than ever! Join Broadband leaders from the Rio Grande Valley, Middle Gila, and In the Footsteps of Leopold/White Mountains Broadbands and the many organizations united under "" as we advocate for the Mexican Gray Wolf in these meetings, held in four different cities in Arizona and New Mexico. Attend the meeting that is closest to you! If you are in the Phoenix, Tucson, Yavapai, Rio Grande Valley, Middle Gila, or In the Footsteps of Leopold/White Mountains Broadbands, these meetings are for you!

Meetings will be held:

July 18--Flagstaff, AZ (6 - 9pm) Northern Arizona University, Prochnow Auditorium, South Knowles Drive
July 19--Pinetop, AZ (6 - 9pmHon-Dah Resort, 777 AZ-260
July 20--Truth or Consequences, NM (6 - 9pmRalph Edwards Auditorium, Civic Center, 400 West Fourth
July 22--Albuquerque, NM (2 pmCrowne Plaza Albuquerque, 1901 University Boulevard NE

If you would like to carpool, visit this link (includes Broads and non-Broads):  

Also, the Mexican Wolves organization has Facebook 'events' for each of these meetings. Please check it out, share far and wide with your social network, and tell them if you're coming.  

Why do these wolves need our advocacy? 

The US Fish and Wildlife Service recently published their draft recovery plan for the lobo and while we expected it to be seriously flawed it's even worse. The draft plan caps the number of wolves in the US at a number much lower than what unaffiliated scientists recommend, allows delisting when they may still be in serious jeopardy, restricts them south of I-40, and asks Mexico to do much of the work despite serious problems with connectivity, habitat, support, and poaching enforcement. And perhaps worst of all, it gives the states the power to manage the program--the very states who have done everything in their power to sink it!

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