Mexican Wolf Reintroduction Project – May Updates Available


Captive Mexican gray wolf. Photo taken at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum in 1998. Photo source: Monty Sloan.

The May 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 and public presentations.

At the end of May 2015 the wild Mexican gray wolf population consisted of 52 wolves with functional radio collars dispersed among 19 packs and three single wolves.  Pup counters have so far noted 22 pups produced by five packs, including the Dark Canyon Pack and the Prieto Pack in New Mexico.

Current events and updates for the project are available here.

Past updates, including the 2012 annual report and 2014 and 2015 population survey results, are available here.


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