Conservation Groups applaud agencies for letting Mexican gray wolf Asha roam north of Interstate 40.
The travels of Asha the wandering wolf offer an opportunity to rethink the Mexican wolf recovery program so lobos can follow their instincts to roam.
Advocates are calling on US Fish and Wildlife Service and New Mexico Game and Fish to provide safe passage for wandering wolf Asha.
Wandering wolf Asha is on the move again in northern New Mexico. Conservationists urge agencies to let her roam, and dispersal to the southern Rocky Mountains is supported by leading scientists.
We are honoring Iron Creek AM1240 and his wild legacy that gives us hope for the future of lobos.
US Fish and Wildlife Service needs to take steps to establish additional populations of lobos in the Grand Canyon ecoregion and southern Rockies.
New standards should ensure Mexican gray wolves aren't unfairly blamed for livestock predation.
Concern grows about over-reliance on a very small population of wolves in Mexico to achieve recovery for lobos, as conservationists urge US officials to do all they can to recover lobos in both Mexico and the US.
Asha is roaming free in the wild once again, and we wish her safety and a chance to thrive wherever she chooses to wander.
An ongoing freeze on wolf family releases along with arbitrary boundaries and human-caused mortality continue to limit recovery in spite of cross-fostering successes.
Listen to a discussion of the challenges lobos encounter politically, socially, and geographically.
An endangered lobo has been killed, leaving the future of his family uncertain.
Check out upcoming events near you celebrating the 25th anniversary of lobo reintroduction!
Number of Wolves Increases to 241 But Genetic Diversity Remains Low.
A record-breaking year for lobos, but recovery is about more than just total numbers.
Every lobo is special and deserves a name of their own.
Asha's wild wanderings end, for now.
Asha continues her historic journey through northern New Mexico.
Young wolf named Asha is breaking records for the recovery program's geographic extent.
Wandering wolf named Asha makes a long journey north in New Mexico.
Wandering wolf makes a journey north.