Tell Interior Secretary Deb Haaland: The lobos need the greatest protections possible
It's the rarest species of gray wolf in North America.
Found in a few parts of the southwestern United States and northern Mexico, the lobos, or Mexican gray wolves, have been battling extinction. With numbers as low as the lobos' -- scientists estimate that around 200 of them exist in the wild -- every death has an outsized impact. Right now, the lobos enjoy protections -- but those protections are fatally limited. We need to expand their protections to ensure their subspecies' ability to survive.
That's why we are urging you to increase the lobos' protections to the greatest extent possible to help them avoid extinction.