Take action to protect the Gila River in New Mexico

The Gila River in southwestern New Mexico is a special place. The river flows for more than 400 miles through forests and mountains. Its ecosystem supports more than 300 types of birds and endangered species, including the Gila trout and the Southwestern willow flycatcher.

Join us in protecting the Gila River and the wildlife that depend on it. Send a message to your U.S. senators urging them to support the M.H. Dutch Salmon Greater Gila Wild and Scenic River Act.

Subject: Support special protections for New Mexico's Gila River