Hearing Voices / Michael Robinson on Mexican Gray Wolf Hearings

This installment of Hearing Voices features Michael Robinson of the Center for Biological Diversity.

As Conservation Advocate for The Center for Biological Diversity, Michael’s work focuses on the protection and recovery of top predators like Mexican gray wolves and jaguars.  He is the author of Predatory Bureaucracy: The Extermination of Wolves and the Transformation of the West.

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is holding a hearing on Tuesday 3 December 2013 in Pinetop, AZ to hear public input on Mexican gray wolf management and a proposed delisting as an endangered species.  Local opposition to wolves will be strongly represented and The Center for Biological Diversity invites and urges you to join them and their allies in Pinetop to advocate for Mexican gray wolves and the continued recognition and maintenance of their protected status.

  • RSVP for the Pinetop meeting (http://org NULL.salsalabs NULL.com/o/2167/p/salsa/event/common/public/?event_KEY=81112)
  • Learn more about the Center’s campaign to restore wolves across the lower 48 (http://www NULL.biologicaldiversity NULL.org/campaigns/gray_wolves/index NULL.html)
  • If you can’t attend, please take action online with the Center now (http://action NULL.biologicaldiversity NULL.org/o/2167/p/dia/action3/common/public/?action_KEY=13725)
  • Contact michaelr@biologicaldiversity.org (michaelr null@null biologicaldiversity NULL.org)
  • Leia Minch leia@uoregon.edu (leia null@null uoregon NULL.edu)
  • or call 661.557.1108 to RSVP and offer a ride, seek a ride or get more information

This program will air on Tuesday 26 November following the Community Calendar at 6pm.  Check back for additional scheduled times or click the following link to listen now or anytime.
Michael Robinson on Mexican Gray Wolf Hearings

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