Posts Categorized: Mexican Gray Wolf

Captive Mexican wolf, © Don Burkett

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This is certainly progress, but by no means are Mexican gray wolves recovered; they still remain the most endangered subspecies of wolf in the entire world. Nonetheless, we are encouraged by the fortitude of these amazing, iconic wolves over the past 17 years. Now we need to ensure that the Fish and Wildlife Service does right by the lobos and makes a plan for long-term recovery so that we can celebrate the presence of wild lobos for years to come!

Wolves featured, © Montana FWP

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Fish and Wildlife Service Reinstates Protections for Wolves in Wyoming and Great Lakes; On The Air: Our Very Own Eva Sargent Airs on Colorado’s “Animal House” Show Tomorrow; Oregon’s Wolf Population Increases by Thirteen; Anti-Wolf Bills Advance in Washington’s Legislature; Calling All Photographers! Do You Have Good Pics Of Wolves…Or Other Wildlife?!

Wolf, © Michael S. Quinton, National Geographic Stock

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Endangered Mexican Gray Wolf Population Surpasses 100 Animals; It’s Official: Oregon’s Wolf Population Improving; Tell Fish and Wildlife Service Not to Abandon Red Wolf Recovery!

Noble Wolf, © Larry Gambon

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Congress Wants to Remove Great Lakes and Wyoming Wolves from the Endangered Species Act; Rogue Pack in Oregon Has a New Neighbor; Wolf Recovery Team Joins in Yellowstone to Celebrate 20 Years of Success; Mexican gray wolves listed as subspecies; Defenders challenges new rule