Kathy Love, an attorney practicing in Albuquerque, New Mexico, earned her juris doctor from the DePaul University College of Law in 1995. A peer-nominated Best Lawyer and Super Lawyer, attorney Kathleen “Kathy” Love was a founding member of the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance, which is fighting to conserve the Mexican gray wolf.
Though the Mexican gray wolf is symbolic of the Wild West, its numbers are precariously low. Estimates suggest that only 50 are left roaming the wild.
The Mexican Gray Wolves: Share the Land campaign is an effort by the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance to educate citizens on the importance of a complete ecosystem in which wolves, just like all other animals, are safeguarded, while advocating for increased release sites for the animals.
One of the ways Share the Land raises awareness around the plight of the wolves is through the Mexican Wolf Conservation Stamp. This full-color stamp measures 4.5 by 5.5 inches and is a collectible sold exclusively by the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance.The proceeds from the stamp sales help fund the fight for additional release sites for the wolves and to educate the citizens on the benefits of a balanced ecosystem.