Don't remove gray wolves from the endangered species list

Gray wolves were once nearly driven to extinction -- with only a few hundred left in the lower 48 states by the time they received endangered species protections in 1973.

Right now, gray wolves only occupy 10 to 15 percent of their historical range. This critical species requires a national plan, if not a continental one, if we are to make sure its numbers continue to rise.

I urge you to keep gray wolves protected under the Endangered Species Act.