The Mexican gray wolf; a keystone species, an essential part of the wild landscape. By regulating prey populations, they enable many plants and animals to flourish.
USFWS calls Mexican gray wolves (only 75 remain) as a “nonessential, experimental” population. Tell USFWS here that Mexican gray wolves are an essential part of a healthy ecosystem and the recovery of their rare species.
Picture: Mexican gray wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) by Wildlife Science Center