Month: November 2015

The Rider Roundup: An Overview of Anti-ESA Riders – Day Two

November 6, 2015

RIDER ROUNDUP #2 Despite the success and public support of the Endangered Species Act, some members of Congress have introduced dozens of anti-ESA riders that seek gut the ESA and block its protections for wolves & other imperiled species. On Day Two of the #RiderRoundup, we introduce: H.R. 2910 – Mexican Wolf Transparency and Accountability…

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Wolf Conservation Center Welcomes Endangered Mexican Wolves

November 5, 2015

After a long drive from the Seneca Park Zoo in Rochester, NY, Mexican gray wolf brothers M1058, M1059, and M1060 (Chico, Diego, and Durango) were introduced to their new home at the Wolf Conservation Center under the setting sun. The Mexican gray wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) or “lobo” is the most genetically distinct lineage of…

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The Rider Roundup – An Overview of Anti-ESA Riders

November 5, 2015

RIDER ROUNDUP #1 Despite its success and public support, the Endangered Species Act is under attack like never before. Some members of Congress have introduced dozens of Riders that seek to gut the ESA, block its protections for wolves, other imperiled species and habitat, and obstruct our ability to enforce this robust federal law. Over…

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Call the White House to Protect Endangered Species

November 4, 2015

Stand up for the Endangered Species Act (ESA)! Make a difference now by urging President Obama to oppose anti-ESA provisions in must-pass spending bills. Can you make a phone call to the White House and urge President Obama to stand up for existing protections for wolves and other imperiled species? Here’s the phone number to…

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Empowered Kids Making Change!

November 2, 2015

At the heart of the Wolf Conservation Center‘s core values is its belief that education can be a positive catalyst for change! Through wolves, we aim not only to teach people about the importance and plight of wolves in North America, we also strive to teach the broader message of conservation and one’s personal responsibility…

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