It is the mission of the New Mexico Game Commission “To conserve, regulate, propagate and protect the wildlife and fish within the state of New Mexico using a flexible management system that ensures sustainable use for public food supply, recreation and safety; and to provide for off-highway motor vehicle recreation that recognizes cultural, historic, and resource values while ensuring public safety.”

Yet in the last five years, the seven-member Commission appointed by New Mexico Governor Susana Martinez has made decisions that are pushing the critically endangered Mexican Gray Wolf closer to extinction and has put a bull’s-eye on bears and cougars like never before. Read more via the Santa Fe New Mexican.

Should the Governor have the power to trump the science of saving a species? What say you?

For those in New Mexico, please consider standing for wolves with our friends from at a rally during the next Commission meeting on August 27th. Lobos need our voices during this crucial time for Mexican gray wolf recovery.

Stand for wolves with us at a rally during the August 27th Commission meeting to give wolves a voice during this crucial time for Mexican gray wolf recovery. More information here.

The rally will be held at 8am before the meeting begins. The meeting starts at 8:30am with the Mexican gray wolf items 8-10 on the agenda.

Responses to "New Mexico Game Commission Pushing Endangered Mexican Wolf Closer to Extinction"

  1. Anonymous says:

    Please let our wolves live and have a presence here on this earth. Let them BE ! All animals were made by our Great Creator and have the right to bear witness of how we love and live with our families.....just like you.

  2. Unknown says:

    please let these noble animals live in peace, protect them dont destroy them. they are gods creatures too, and do have every right to be here and to be left alone to live happily and naturally,

  3. sdcapriss says:

    Stop the Killing now.

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