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.
An endangered lobo has been killed, leaving the future of his family uncertain.
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.
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.
Genetically valuable Mexican wolf father killed after years of successfully raising his family in the wild.
Revised plan likely won't be enough to curb the number of human-caused deaths.
Wildlife advocates expressed mixed feelings about the 2022 revision of the Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan.
The plan does not alter low wolf population target numbers that are not supported by science, nor does it establish genetic metrics for recovery.
The new 10(j) Rule won't alleviate the genetic crisis.
Advocates head back to court to keep fighting for the 10(j) Rule lobos need to recover and thrive.
New Federal Management Rule Still Falls Short on Genetic Diversity by Rejecting Science-Based Reforms.
Politics put the Seco Creek wolf family at risk.
Mexican gray wolf population increases, but lobos are still among the rarest species in the southwestern US.
Enormous outpouring of public support backs majority public opinion that Mexican gray wolves need stronger protections.
In tragic news, Wandering Wolf Anubis has been illegally killed on public lands in Northern Arizona.
Mexican gray wolf population increases, but what does it mean for their genetic health?
Center for Biological Diversity and Western Watersheds Project - December 18, 2020
For Immediate Release, June 26, 2020 Michael Robinson, Center for Biological Diversity, (575) 313-7017, email@example.com
60-day public comment period ends with outpouring of support for wolf recovery
April 7, 2020 - Center for Biological Diversity, Wolf Conservation Center, Sierra Club, WildEarth Guardians, Western Wildlife Conservancy, Wild Arizona
Monthly Status Report: February 1-29, 2020 - Arizona Game and Fish Department (3/20/20)
Wild Mexican Wolf Pups Named By Young Wolf Advocates!
The annual Mexican gray wolf population count revealed the steady increase in numbers continues, but what does it mean for wolves looking for mates?
Another pup is undergoing treatment as private trapping continues to take a toll on endangered species and public lands
September 1, 2019, by Ken Showers, Eastern Arizona Courier
Long-time wolf advocates express anger over a recognizable name from the past in a sole source contracting announcement
For Immediate Release, August 22, 2019
Western Watersheds Project and WildEarth Guardians — July 10, 2019
Wolf Conservation Center joins other captive facilities for a banner year of cross-fostering Mexican wolf puppies into the wild!
Annual Pup Naming Contest Reveals Names for Latest Pups in Lobo Reintroduction
The annual count of Mexican wolves in the wild has revealed marginal gains after a year of record deaths
Five lobos have been trapped since Nov. 2018
Conservation Community Supports Penalty for Violating Federal Law - December 3, 2018
Real investigations, prosecutions, penalties only way to stop lobo killings — September 28, 2018
National Commission of Natural Protected Areas, Mexico — September 17, 2018
White Mtn. Independent - August 14, 2018
WildEarth Guardians & Sierra Club Rio Grande Chapter - June 8, 2017
White Mountain Independent — Letters to Editor Published — July 27, 2018
Peter Ossorio - July 25, 2018
Twenty-five conservation groups call on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service to release Mexican gray wolf packs — July 12, 2018
AZ Central - May 13, 2018
Capping population, killing more wolves, cutting off habitat undermines recovery - April 2, 2018
Courthouse News Service - February 22, 2018
Defenders of Wildlife — February 21, 2018