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- 2. Deadline to Comment to Stop Wolf Reintroduction has been Extended!
Due to the recent federal government shutdown, the U.S. Forest and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has extended the deadline for submitting your objections to the USFWS's plan to reintroduce wolves into several Arizona counties. The USFWS also intends to maintain the Mexican gray wolf as "endangered." The new deadline is 12/17/2013. Also, on 12/03/2013 the USFWS will hold two public meetings in Pinetop, AZ. The Public Informational Meeting will be from 3:30 - 5:00 pm, The Public Hearing will be from 6:00 - 8:30 pm. Hon-Dah Conference Center, 777 Highway 260, Pinetop (at the junction of Hwy 260 and Hwy 73). Click HERE for further details. Please attend!
Believe me, if these wolves are introduced into Gila, Coconino, Navajo, and Graham counties, livestock, wildlife, pets, humans, and the economy will be seriously, negatively affected! Click HERE and HERE for background.
There are two issues:
The first relates to the proposed changes to the Mexican wolf experimental nonessential population rule. This expands the boundaries. Comment HERE. You will see where to comment in the top right corner.
The second relates to the continued listing of Mexican gray wolves as an endangered subspecies in the Southwest. Comment HERE
WHAT TO WRITEClick here to read more
- 3. Wolves in Government Clothing: Part 1
You need to know that wolves are set to be released throughout Arizona very soon... Unless we stop it. Please read U.S. Fish & Wildlife to Introduce Wolves into Gila, Navajo, Graham, and Coconino Counties. Wherever "a few wolves" have been released, they have multipled, devastating livestock, ungulates, and coyotes. They don't prey "on the weak." They kill whatever they feel like killing. They fear nothing, and that includes people. See Life With Wolves.Click here to read more