Contest for Kids – Name a Mexican Gray Wolf Pup!
A face like this needs more than just a number!
This season, the Mexican Wolf Interagency Field Team (IFT) is completing its annual year-end population survey of the Mexican gray wolves living in Arizona and New Mexico. As part of this survey, the IFT collars and identifies each wolf they find with a number.
We believe that these critically endangered animals deserve more than generic numbers, so we are reaching out to children from kindergarten through 8th Grade to use their creativity to name the new pups!
The naming contest is open to children across the globe and is a great way for kids, teachers, and parents alike to learn and share about these essential creatures.
All entries must be submitted no later than midnight PST on February 1, 2020.