Arivaca rancher Jim Chilton explains the issue of border insecurity on 25 miles of the Arizona/Mexico border, 5 miles of which includes the southern boundary of his ranch.
Sept. 24, 2015 USFWS Announces $284,000 for Mexican Wolf Demonstration Project
Historical Wolf Attacks on Humans Quite often, people who advocate expanding the wolf populations in the rural areas of the United States will recite the slogan that “in the last 100 years, no documented wolf attacks on humans occurred in the U.S.A. within the lower 48 states.” This slogan is most likely a true or […]
This page updated 10-7-2014 SACPA has not endorsed any candidates for office in the upcoming election, but provides the following information that is highly relevant to our membership. Wondering what voting districts you live in? The links below will take you to the Arizona Redistricting Commission’s final statewide maps. Click here to find your Congressional District.. Click […]
Click below to read the comments SACPA submitted on the rules proposed by the US Fish and Wildlife Service to delist the gray wolf, list the Mexican Wolf as an endangered species, and expand the Mexican Wolf Experimental Population program. All the studies referenced are posted on this website here: SACPA Wolf Rule comments SACPA […]
The following links by no means are a complete representation of all cattlemen’s viewpoints. We post talking points from various organizations here because there is a limited amount of disagreement on these issues between various organizations representing agriculture. Arizona Cattle Growers Association Gila Livestock Growers Association House Natural Resources Committee letter – Dan Ashe 11-13-13 […]
The following reports indicate that as late as 1985, small populations of Mexican wolves were present in the wild in the Mexican states of Chihuahua, Durango and Sonora and suspected also to be present in the state of Zacatecas. The question is, are they still present there today? Are the wolves that have been released […]
This page gives information one of the many deadly diseases carried by wolves. Hydatid disease is prevalent among wolves in Idaho.
The information on this page disproves the deceitful slogans that wolves only kill for food and have never attacked humans in the Southwest. The historical information presented here on the wolves’ method of killing is corroborated by recent data and graphic photos presented on pages 8-13 in the Catron County Collateral Damage Report.
This page contains links to articles in the news concerning the Mexican wolf. This page last updated November 15, 2013. News: 11/13/2013 75 Members of Congress Send Letter Calling for the Obama Administration to Fully Delist the Gray Wolf and opposing the listing of the Mexican Wolf. Read the letter here. 11/12/2013 Legal Notice: Public hearings […]