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Become a Star of the WCC’s #LoboWeek Video

On March 29, 1998, 11 captive-reared Mexican gray wolves (Canis lupus baileyi) were released to the wild for the first time in the Blue Range Recovery Area of Arizona and New Mexico. Missing from the landscape for more than 30 years, the howl of the rarest and most unique subspecies of gray wolf, was once again  greeted by the  mountains of the southwest.  This month, marks the 16th anniversary of this historic event, a significant milestone for the lobo and wildlife conservation.  In recognition of the anniversary, the WCC is among the rapidly growing group of partners participating #LoboWeek, an international movement to educate people about the Mexican wolf or “lobo” and our efforts to successfully restore this critically endangered wolf to its ancestral home in the wild.

#LoboWeek is approaching and we want you to join the celebration!  In honor of the wild holiday, we’ll be creating a short awareness building video and we need your help to do it!  Please consider sending us a short video message saying “Happy LoboWeek from [your location]” (or be creative and use your own words) to this week so you can be among the stars in the video.  We encourage creativity and here are some fun suggestions:

  • Get your workmates together for a group message
  • Find a landmark in your state or country to pose next to in your video message
  • Send this appeal to friends in faraway places
  • Get your kiddos/students  involved
  • If you know a celebrity, get them in on the action!

We ask that all videos are in .MOV format and sent to by 3-14-14 (Friday).

Please click here to learn more about the #LoboWeek movement!

Thank you!

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8 Responses to Become a Star of the WCC’s #LoboWeek Video

  1. bambi crocker says:

    love 2 !

  2. Oh my! love to be, that would be the best birthday present!!

  3. Oh my! that would be a great challenge for me.

  4. David Veillette says:

    Love to,would be awesome!

  5. Barbara E Whitney says:

    Happy Lobo Week from Washington State. Love my wolfies. Howling tonite for them.

  6. Charlene Autrey says:

    i love all gods creatures,but the wolf is special.keep them safe

  7. Thomas John Stocklem says:

    Happyy lobo week

  8. Riyaz Ahmed Shaikh says:

    Iam a great lover of wolf from childhood but now got the opportunity to express the feeling.

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