Stop trapping in New Mexico – make New Mexico public lands trap-free
Ending Trapping in New Mexico
Why Trapping Should End in New Mexico
Other states have done it already.
We don’t know the death toll.
Pets and humans are at risk.
The public is against it.
Make Our Public Lands Cruelty-Free
Tell your elected officials to End the War on Wildlife. Stand with wildlife against the cruel and ecologically destructive practices of the federal wildlife-killing agency, Wildlife Services.
How You Can Help
Help protect the incredible, vulnerable wildlife of the West! Be a guardian for the wild by joining the conversation, learning about current issues, and making your voice heard. Together, we’re a powerful force for nature.
TrapFree New Mexico is a coalition of conservation and animal welfare groups who oppose the cruel, damaging, and dangerous practice of trapping in New Mexico. We are working in communities across the state to see an end to this archaic form of cruelty and envision a brighter, more humane future for the Land of Enchantment.
Photo: Ray Rafiti
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