Tell the FWS: Let wild wolves roam free
Fish and Wildlife Services,
A wild Mexican gray wolf named Asha left the species’ recovery area this month. She isn’t the first, and she won’t be the last. It’s time to remove the northern boundary of the permitted habitat and allow wild lobos to disperse naturally.
Dispersal is how a healthy wolf population grows. In order to meet conservation targets for the Mexican gray wolf, the lobos need more territory to live and thrive. I strongly urge you to allow wild wolves like Asha to remain north of the recovery area instead of capturing and relocating her.