On Tuesday, lawmakers in New Mexico have been urged to ban the trapping of wild animals on public property. This want for a ban was due to the killing of a Mexican gray wolf. According to the Defenders of the Wildlife, “more than 40 wolves have been trapped since 2002.” The group’s program director, Bryan Bird, says trapping has a large impact on the species which is “unacceptable".
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