RETURN OF THE LOBOS — UNFORTUNATELY, THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED!! – PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD.

Past Times:

  • 4:19 am - 4:19 am
Presented By: Lobos of the Southwest

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED – PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD!

The Mexican gray wolf originally roamed vast swaths of the southwestern U.S. and Mexico, but their numbers were severely depleted to near extinction by trapping and government extermination programs in the first half of the 20th century. Begun in 1998, a captive breeding program partially restored wolf populations to the so-called Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area stretching between the Gila National Forest in New Mexico and the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in Arizona. Learn the natural history of Mexican wolves, the story of their 18 year recovery, and what it will take for Mexican wolves to survive in the long term. Emily Renn, Executive Director of the Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project will join Lobos of the Southwest volunteer, Bob Brister, to deliver the presentation.

For additional information about this event:

Event Contact Name: Bob Brister

Event Contact Phone: 801-363-0898

Event Contact Email: bbrister@q.com

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