[Cdt-l] New Mexico Wolves
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bcss at bresnan.net
Fri Jul 3 12:55:59 CDT 2015
Segment 11 - 6/04/2009 (Black Range) Encountered a wolf on the trail near
mile 8.0 in segment 11. It really exited quickly.
I talked to some hikers who saw one near Snow Lake this year.
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From: Cdt-l [mailto:cdt-l-bounces at backcountry.net] On Behalf Of Jim and_or
Sent: Friday, July 03, 2015 11:06 AM
To: mail at cdtsociety.org; cdt-l
Subject: Re: [Cdt-l] New Mexico Wolves
When we were camping just north of the Gila, around Snow Lake, we heard
wolves howling at night. That was May 4, 2006. Loved it.
Date: Thu, 2 Jul 2015 17:16:00 -0400
From: mail at cdtsociety.org
To: cdt-l at backcountry.net
Subject: [Cdt-l] New Mexico Wolves
The Western Environmental Law Center is initiating litigation, which CDTS
will follow and expects to support, to protect the endangered Mexican gray
wolves that are occasionally viewed by hikers along the CDT between Grants
and the Gila Wilderness.
We would welcome any observations (date and location, if possible) and
The WELC announcement is as follows:
We think this wolf is worth fighting for.
Once common in the Southwestern U.S., the Mexican Gray Wolf now barely
clings to survival in Arizona and New Mexico. Today we filed a federal
lawsuit to ensure that Mexican Gray Wolves have the land and the protections
they need to recover and roam free. This will likely be a long and expensive
court battle, but these wolves' future is at extreme risk and we must act
now! Want to help? Donate to our legal fund and join us in taking a stand to
protect the beautiful and majestic Mexican Gray Wolf!
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