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Mexico Reports Litter Of Mexican Gray Wolves Born In Wild For First Time In Decades

Associate Press Posted: 07/17/2014 MEXICO CITY (AP) — The first known litter of Mexican gray wolves has been born in the wild as part of a three-year effort to re-introduce the subspecies to a habitat where it disappeared three decades ago, Mexican officials reported Thursday…..

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Report: New Mexico national park tourism increased in 2013

Las Cruces Sun-News report 07/18/2014 LAS CRUCES >> Visitors to New Mexico’s national parks and monuments in 2013 spent about $83.2 million dollars and supported 1,136 jobs, according to a new National Park Service report. Sue Masica, director of the NPS’s Intermountain Region, said in….

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A Monumental Symphony and 3 Sour Notes Crying Wolf

Javier Sierra, The Huffington Post 07/18/2014 When President Obama signed the proclamation to designate the Organ Mountains/Desert Peaks National Monument in May, it was the last stitch of a tapestry to weave together several natural sites of extraordinary beauty and cultural significance. The monument, located….

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Tom Udall and Martin Heinrich: Monument designation a win for southern NM

Las Cruces Sun-News 06/08/2014 More than 100 years ago, a New Mexican named Edgar Lee Hewett drafted a piece of legislation that would become known as the Antiquities Act. Many know that Republican Congressman John F. Lacey sponsored and passed this legislation and that President….

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Peter Goodman: A glorious day for a monument

Las Cruces Sun-News 06/01/2014 The clouds were kind to the celebration of our new national monument. The celebration was at Oñate, outdoors, so the Organs could watch — and provide a stunning backdrop. Organizers set out chairs for 400 people, and were scurrying around adding….

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