Mexican Gray Wolves Numbers Go Up, But Don’t Tell The Whole Story

mars 5, 2024

For Immediate Release March 5, 2024 Contacts: Greta Anderson, Western Watersheds Project (520) 623-1878; greta@westernwatersheds.org  Claire Musser, Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project (928) 202-1325 claire@gcwolfrecovery.org  Regan Downey, Wolf Conservation Center…

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A Deeper Look into the 2023 Fourth Quarter Mexican Wolf Report – Challenges and Progress

janvier 24, 2024

The Wolf Conservation Center is committed to providing in-depth and meaningful insights into the state of Mexican gray wolves in the wild, and we have skin in the game, considering…

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Wildlife advocates urge agencies to let roaming wolf “Asha” go where she needs

novembre 2, 2023

Media contacts:  Chris Smith, WildEarth Guardians, 505-395-6177 csmith@wildearthguardians.orgMichael Robinson, Center for Biological Diversity, 575-313-7017 michaelr@biologicaldiversity.orgGreta Anderson, Western Watersheds Project, 520-623-1878 greta@westernwatersheds.orgSally Paez, New Mexico Wild, 505-350-0664 sally@nmwild.orgRegan Downey, Wolf Conservation…

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Balancing Applause and Inquiry: The New Lobo Livestock Standards

août 30, 2023

The recent announcement of the newly proposed wolf-livestock standards for Mexican gray wolves in Arizona and New Mexico deserves our recognition and respect, especially for the groups like The Western…

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Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery: A Comprehensive Update for Q2 2023

août 4, 2023

The Mexican Wolf Recovery Program is making significant strides towards the conservation and management of Mexican wolves in Arizona, New Mexico, and neighboring regions. With collaboration between various agencies, including…

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Asha, wandering Mexican wolf captured near Taos last winter, returned to wild

juin 14, 2023

For immediate release: June 14, 2023 MEDIA CONTACTS:  Cyndi Tuell, Western Watersheds Project, (520) 272-2454; cyndi@westernwatersheds.org  Emily Renn, Grand Canyon Wolf Recovery Project, (928) 202-1325; emily@gcwolfrecovery.org   Chris Smith, WildEarth Guardians,…

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A Wild Opportunity: Several of Trumpet’s Pups To Be Cross Fostered

mai 31, 2023

We are excited to share a truly thrilling update from the heart of our operations. As many of you know, Trumpet, a beloved member of our Mexican gray wolf pack,…

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Government Agents Kill Endangered Mexican Gray Wolf Father, Threatening Pack’s Survival

avril 17, 2023

MEDIA CONTACTS: Maggie Howell, Wolf Conservation Center, (914) 763-2373; maggie@nywolf.orgGreta Anderson, Western Watersheds Project (520)623-1878; greta@westernwatersheds.org Chris Smith, WildEarth Guardians, (505) 395-6177, csmith@wildearthguardians.orgMichael Robinson, Center for Biological Diversity, (575) 313-7017,…

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Mexican Wolf Numbers Reach New Heights

mars 2, 2023

Mexican wolves were reintroduced for the first time in 1998, after they spent 30 years completely wiped from existence in the wild. 4 years later, in 2002, the first wild-born…

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Mexican gray wolf “Asha” should be allowed to continue her travels

janvier 19, 2023

For immediate release: January 19, 2023 Media contacts: Greta Anderson, Western Watersheds Project (520) 623-1878; greta@westernwatersheds.orgChris Smith, WildEarth Guardians (505) 395-6177; csmith@wildearthguardians.org Sally Paez, New Mexico Wild (505) 350-0664; sally@nmwild.org Renee Seacor, Project Coyote & The…

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