Sep 2014 Talk Abstract:
The Mexican Grey wolf is a critically endangered species here in New Mexico. The Fish and Wildlife Service has been responsible for the conservation and recovery of these wolves for 16 years and yet there are only 83 wolves left in the wild. Come hear all about these magnificent creatures and what is happening here in New Mexico. It will be a most enjoyable and informative presentation!
 Sep 2014 Speaker Bio:
Michael Robinson, Conservation Advocate, focuses on the protection and recovery of top predators like Mexican gray wolves and jaguars. He has been associated with the Center for Biological Diversity since our founding and joined the staff in 1997. Michael holds a master's degree in literature from the University of Colorado at Boulder and a bachelor's from the University of Texas at Austin; he is also the author of a well-reviewed book on the history of wolves in the United States called Predatory Bureaucracy: The Extermination of Wolves and the Transformation of the West (University Press of Colorado, 2005).