1914 - 2014: AWF CELEBRATES 100 YEARS OF CONSERVATION
Thanks to everyone who joined us for AWF's 100th Birthday Celebration on July 19, 2014! Check out the photos here.
MONTHLY MEETING: OCTOBER 9, 2014
Our speaker this month is Dave Parsons, who from 1990-1999 led the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s effort to reintroduce the endangered Mexican Gray Wolf to portions of its former range in Arizona and New Mexico. Dave is now vice-chairman and a science fellow of The Rewilding Institute and is the Institute’s Carnivore Conservation Biologist. He will provide an update on the status of Mexican gray wolf recovery in the Southwest. More details available here.
OCTOBER 18, 2014
Cedro Creek, Sandia Mountains
Join us for a day of restoration work along Cedro Creek in the Sandia Mountains near Tijeras. After the work is done, we will celebrate the end of another successful project season with a potluck lunch. More details and sign-up information available here.
2014 AWF PROJECT SCHEDULE
Local day project in Los Padillas Wildlife Sanctuary
APRIL 25 to 27
Cebolla Canyon, SE of Grants, NM
MAY 16 to 18
Zuni Mountains, near Gallup, NM
MAY 30 to JUNE 1
Glorieta Mesa, near Santa Fe, NM
JULY 25 to 27
AUGUST 22 to 24
SEPTEMBER 26 to 28
Rio Mora National Wildlife Refuge
Local day project with the Sandia Ranger District