End trapping on New Mexico public land

End trapping on New Mexico public land
As we prepare for the 2021 Legislature and the reintroduction of Roxy’s Law to prohibit traps and poisons from public land, already three dogs that have been caught in traps and a gruesome discovery of skinned coyote carcasses are indications ... Read More

These songbirds fly on 

These songbirds fly on 
On Sept. 9, an early cold front stormed into New Mexico from the north, bringing record cold temperatures and freezing rain ... Read More

Wolf news, good and bad

Wolf news, good and bad
Mexican wolves, the most imperiled canine species in the world, have made progress in the last three months but have also suffered setbacks. In May, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announced that a record 20 pups were cross-fostered from ... Read More

Tell U.S. Fish and Wildlife to fix its plan for wolf recovery

Tell U.S. Fish and Wildlife to fix its plan for wolf recovery
In 2015, a federal court ordered the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to rewrite its recovery plan for endangered Mexican gray wolves because the existing plan was inadequate to ensure wolf survival.  U.S. Fish and Wildlife is taking public comment ... Read More