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Mexican Wolf Biography #3

M166, Rio, lobo pioneer

Legacy of a lost wolf

Mexican wolves remain one of the most endangered mammals in North America

Support wolf conservation efforts in Mexico

Wild releases of lobos in Sonora on the near horizon

2009 marks another deadly year for Mexican wolf

Bacho Pack alpha male found dead

Great Letters to the Editor in Southwest Papers!

Lobo supporters weigh in

Follow the Pack Update

See the most recent Mexican Wolf update

Mexican Wolf Biography #2

M60 and F37, Francisco and Sheila

Local pilot to fly Mexican wolves across country

Part of group that champions environmental causes

Amazing Recording of Wolf Howls!

Hear the Bluestem Wolf Pack in Arizona

Mexican Wolf Biography #1

F5, Nina: A reproductive cliffhanger

AZ Republic Editorial Supports Wolves

Lobos Succeeding in Spite of Challenges

Opinion – LA Times

Lessons from Aldo Leopold's historic wolf hunt

Guest Opinion-AZ Daily Star

Scientifically designed plan needed to recover Arizona's wolves

Back on the road to recovery

Settlement boosts wolf reintroduction

Follow the Pack Update

See the update for December 3, 2009

Lawsuit Warned Over Delay in Mexican Wolf Protection

Relisting process for wolves needs to move forward

Accord Reached in Favor of the Mexican Gray Wolf

Wolf removal policy “will no longer stand”

Big Boost for Mexican Wolves!

Friday the 13th is normally associated with bad omens. But Friday, November 13 brought the end of SOP 13 and a new era of opportunity for Mexican gray wolves!

Tracking science:

Biologist’s findings show forest diversity, health influenced by wolves

Fund will help ranchers deal with Mexican wolves

Trust fund announced for livestock industry

Mexican wolf subject of writing, art contests

For SW New Mexico middle school students

Middle Fork Alpha Wolves Have 3 Legs

and are raising 4 pups

Mexican Gray Wolves To Be Spared, Despite Cow Deaths

Middle Fork Pack Will Remain in Gila

Federal agency leaves wolf pack in wild

Fish and Wildlife Regional Director Benjamin Tuggle ruled Friday that the Middle Fork Pack is highly valuable - September 2009

Feds to release info on wolf program

New info can help reduce livestock conflicts

Mexico Planning To Release Wolves

Good news for the wolf recovery project

Groups push for special wolf protections

Three conservation groups filed petitions this week asking the US Fish and Wildlife Service to give Mexican gray wolves greater protection under the Endangered Species Act

Let science lift number of Mexican gray wolves

Wildlife experts call for science-based wolf restoration

Will the Mexican Wolf Survive the Obama Administration?

Listen to this important Public Radio International Story

Recovery of Mexican gray wolves remains elusive

Excellent LA Times Story and Slideshow on Mexican gray wolves 

Wildlife, Conservation Advocates Welcome New Fish and Wildlife Service Director

Scientists Urge Course Correction on Mexican Wolf Recovery

Who's Afraid of...the Big Bad Wolf?

 When it comes to New Mexico’s recovery program, the real fear is the wolves won’t be saved

Groups Seek Federal Probe of NM Wolf Pup Deaths

Conservation groups asked the federal government Thursday to investigate the deaths of three endangered Mexican gray wolves found dead in southwestern New Mexico.

Wildlife Service To Allow Predator Wolf To Remain In Wild

“A decision to remove this wolf … could be detrimental to any potential population gains”

Endangered wolf allowed to stay in wild

Endangered Mexican gray wolf with 8-week-old pups allowed to stay in the wild

Female wolf is no longer leader of the pack

Bluestem pack Alpha Female heads out on her own

The Southwest Environmental Center Announces 2009 Mexican Wolf Essay and Art Contests

A great opportunity for students to learn more and express themselves about the Mexican wolf!

Mom’s Wisdom Could Save Mexican Wolves

Failure to remove livestock carcasses can result in the deaths or removals of wolves

Judge sides with environmentalists in wolf case

A lawsuit filed by conservation groups to protect Mexican wolves is still alive.

Opinion Poll: Southwesterners Love Wolves!

Residents of Arizona and New Mexico overwhelmingly support having Mexican gray wolves back in the wilds of their state.

Breaking News!

Court Decision Rejects Government’s Attempt to Block Mexican Wolf Recovery Cases

Elk Population Not Impacted by Wolves

Wolves not harming elk numbers in Gila National Forest

Gray Wolf Population Stayed Same in ’08

Number of breeding pairs down due to illegal poaching

Mexican Wolf Population Stagnant, Killings on the Rise

Illegal killings stall increase in wolf reproduction

Gray Wolves Leave Washington for Mexico

Female Mexican gray wolves sent to facility for breeding and reintroduction

Wolf Program Faces Challenges

Suspicious killings tax wolf reintroduction

Wolf Population Down in '07

The endangered species' numbers in the wild tumbled 12 percent to a total of 52 by the end of December

Public's Call of Wild

Ranchers may lose support of they don't respect public's desire to see wolves in the wild

Our Opinion: Opposition, Illegal Killings Must Not End Wolf Recovery

Wolf population still down along Arizona-New Mexico border

Making Her Mark

Mexican gray wolf making her mark at Eureka research center

Fish and Wildlife Needs to Get with the Pack

Discussion of the Bush administration's failures to protect and restore imperiled wildlife under the Endangered Species Act

'Large Margin' Supports Wolf

New Mexico voters support reintroduction of the endangered Mexican gray wolf