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Mexican gray wolf habitat protection is one of NM Wild’s core campaigns. The Mexican Wolf Conservation Stamp is one way that we are working to protect the southwest lobo. Please give your year-end tax deductible donation today to help us continue our fight for the Mexican gray wolf.

Help us make 2012 the year of the wolf
Help NM Wild continue to support efforts to save Mexican gray wolves and the habitat they depend on. Give online now.

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In the past few months, we have been very excited to hear about the release of a new pack of wolves in the northern mountains of Sonora, Mexico, just south of the United States border. This release is both important for wolves and for international efforts to support wolves in the wild.

For many years, the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance has enjoyed a strong working relationship with the Mexican conservation group Naturalia. As a result, we have decided to give a $2,500 grant from monies raised from the sale of our wolf stamp to Naturalia. The monies will be used to monitor the release of these wolves with a team of biologists traveling from the city of Agua Prieta, Sonora. They will also be monitoring the wolves from the air.

We at the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance are proud to support efforts to keep wolves in the wild because they are essential to maintaining a healthy environment. Your support of the wolf stamp is making a real difference! We look forward to rolling out our 2012 wolf stamp soon.

Happy holidays from all of us at the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance and let’s make 2012 the year of the wolf!


Stephen Capra

Your gift will help ensure we have the funds to continue fighting for the lobo. Please give your year-end tax deductible gift now.

With your help, we have reached 57 percent of our goal to raise $20,000 by January 1. Thank you to everyone who has helped us come this far. We only have two days left to reach our goal. Please give online now to help us work to protect Mexican gray wolf habitat.

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