Mexican Gray Wolves
For Release: January 31, 2014 Contacts: Tom Buckley, (505) 248-6455, Tom_Buckley@fws.gov Lynda Lambert (623) 236-7203 firstname.lastname@example.org Jeff Humphrey, 602-242-0210 ext. 222, email@example.com During its annual year-end population survey, the Mexican Wolf Interagency Field Team (IFT) counted a minimum of 83 Mexican wolves in the wild….
By Charles D. Brunt Albuquerque Journal November 21, 2013 Public comments on a pair of proposals by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that would affect gray wolf recovery efforts nationwide ran about 2 to 1 in favor of expansion of the wolf recovery program,….
November 18, 2013 Public News Service ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. – The federal government is not doing enough to ensure that the Mexican Gray Wolf does not go extinct, according to attorney Judy Calman with the New Mexico Wilderness Alliance. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS)….
James McWilliams, Contributor Forbes.com 11/05/2013 If the October headlines were any indication, the quickest way for a wolf to make the news is to get shot. The Jackson Hole News and Guide reported the story of a Wyoming hunter who bagged a wolf, strapped him….
THE ASSOCIATED PRESS October 23, 2013 – 8:50 am EDT ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico — Wildlife managers have resumed efforts to capture and remove from the wild three Mexican gray wolves in Arizona and New Mexico. Fish and Wildlife Service officials initially authorized the captures in….