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One battle over how to save endangered wolves in the Southwest ended today with a victory that bodes well for endangered species nationwide! In May 2016, the state of New Mexico filed suit against U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) after … Continue reading

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  Tucson, AZ. – A female Mexican gray wolf, born in captivity and released in Mexico, and who was captured in southeastern Arizona on March 26, will receive a more memorable name than her identification number, “f1530.” In a contest … Continue reading

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Birthdays abound! Wolves are mono-estrus, breeding only once a year during the winter months. So springtime is birthday season! Today we celebrate Mexican gray wolf M1133! In October of 2015, Mexican Gray Wolf M1133 (affectionately nicknamed “Rhett” by the Wolf … Continue reading

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