Tragically, another Mexican gray wolf has been killed. This wolf mother, known as alpha female 1108 (F1108), was a breeding female who had been released with her mate from the captive breeding program back in May.

With an extremely small population of fewer than 80 individuals and only two breeding pairs among them, this wolf and her pups were another critical step towards the promise of recovery.

Please send an urgent message to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service – demand that they fully investigate this killing and implement a sound recovery plan for the future of Mexican gray wolves.

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