BENEFITING: JULIAN CENTER FOR SCIENCE AND EDUCATION
Please join us in saving Mexican gray wolves. A sub-species of gray wolves, Mexican gray wolves are the most endangered land mammal in the world. Native to central Mexico and the southwestern region of the United States, Mexican gray wolves suffered near extinction due to habitat loss and human destruction. Today, only about 75 Mexican gray wolves exist in the wild. 300 live in captivity. Selective breeding of captive wolves assists in restoration, but help is needed to safely reintroduce these wolves into the wild. Support Mexican gray wolf recovery with a tax-deductible donation.