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Wildlife officials announced in their Mexican Wolf Recovery Program Monthly Update that five critically endangered Mexican gray wolves were found dead in November, bringing the total of documented wolf mortalities so far this year to 17. The deceased wolves, all … Continue reading

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Media contacts: Jaryn Allen, Albuquerque sixth grader, (781) 605-7816 Greta Anderson, Western Watersheds Project (520) 623-1878; greta@westernwatersheds.org Sandy Bahr, Grand Canyon Chapter of the Sierra Club, (602) 999-5790, sandy.bahr@sierraclub.org Christopher Smith, Southern Rockies Wildlife Advocate, WildEarth Guardians (505) 395-6177, csmith@wildearthguardians.org … Continue reading

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Beyond being among the boopiest snoots in the animal kingdom, a wolf’s nose is a powerful organ. With over 200 million olfactory cells housed in the nose, the wolf’s sense of smell is its most acute sense. Scent plays a … Continue reading

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