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The Arizona Game and Fish Department/USFWS has released October 2015 updates for the Mexican Gray Wolf Reintroduction Project. Currently there are approximately 110 Mexican gray wolves in the wild, including 45 wolves with functional radio collars. These collared wolves are … Continue reading
The March 2015 status report updates for the Mexican gray wolf reintroduction program in Arizona and New Mexico are out and are available here. Read about the activities of each tracked wolf pack and keep up to date on events … Continue reading
Mexico’s National Commission for Natural Protected Areas stated on July 17 that a litter of Mexican gray wolf pups, the first pups known to be born in the wild since the subspecies was declared extinct in the area thirty years … Continue reading
Two pups from the six-pup litter of a recently released captive-born female Mexican wolf, Ernesta (F1126) have been cross-fostered with the three-pup litter of another wild female (F923). A pregnant Ernesta and her mate, M1249, were released in April of … Continue reading
The U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) and the Arizona Game and Fish Department (AGFD) are releasing two pairs of Mexican wolves back into the wild. On April 2 they released M1290 and F1218 into the Blue Range Wolf … Continue reading
by Madison Jones On May 6, 2012, a litter of Mexican Gray wolves was born in the safety of the Wolf Conservation Center (WWC) in South Salem, NY. Founded in 1999 by French pianist Hélène Grimaud, the Wolf Conservation Center’s … Continue reading