Mexican Gray Wolves

Killing wolves increases livestock predation — study

E&E News December 4, 2014 Killing wolves to reduce predation on livestock does not work, according to a new study by researchers at Washington State University. The study found that killing wolves as a management technique may be doing more harm than good. Researchers concluded….

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New Rules May Stymie Endangered Wolf Program

Rita Daniels, KUNM November 14, 2014 Listen to audio The state Game Commission approved a controversial proposal Thursday that critics fear will harm efforts to reintroduce the Mexican grey wolf. The reintroduction program depends on bringing wolves into New Mexico from other states. On a….

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State changes rules for keeping Mexican gray wolves

By Staci Matlock, The New Mexican Thursday, November 13, 2014 In a major policy shift, private landowners in New Mexico will need State Game Commission permission to keep endangered Mexican gray wolves for recovery and reintroduction purposes. The commission adopted the change unanimously Thursday at….

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ENDANGERED SPECIES: Enviros to sue over Mexican gray wolf protections

Emily Yehle, E&E reporter Published: Wednesday, September 10, 2014 Conservation groups plan to sue the Fish and Wildlife Service over the recovery plan for the Mexican gray wolf, arguing that the agency does not have an adequate road map to help the species survive. The….

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