News & Events
September 1, 2019, by Ken Showers, Eastern Arizona Courier
Bryan Bird from Defenders of Wildlife drafted an op-ed for the Albuquerque Journal, August 30, 2019
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
We have heard from reliable sources that a wolf removal with permission to kill is happening now in Arizona! Take action to let US Fish & Wildlife know we do not support taking wolves from the wild!
Monthly Status Report: July 1-31, 2019 - Arizona Game and Fish Department (8/14/19)
August 15, 2019, Associated Press
Peter Aleshire, White Mountain Independent, July 26, 2019 LETTERS TO THE EDITOR NEEDED!
Monthly Status Report: June 1-30, 2019 - Arizona Game and Fish Department
By Associated Press, July 19, 2019
New Study Released: Biological and Sociopolitical Sources of Uncertainty in Population Viability Analysis for Endangered Species Recovery Planning
Carlos Carroll, Robert C. Lacy, Richard J. Fredrickson, Daniel J. Rohlf, Sarah A. Hendricks & Michael K. Phillips
Western Watersheds Project and WildEarth Guardians – July 10, 2019
Albuquerque Journal – June 28, 2019 – Your Letters are Needed
Maggie Howell and Cyndi Tuell Special to the Arizona Daily Star - Jun 22, 2019 - Letters to the Editor Needed
Monthly Status Report: May 1-31, 2019 - Arizona Game and Fish Department
Associated Press, Susan Montoya Bryan - June 18, 2019
June 4, 2019 - Arizona Republic, Andrew Nicla
Monthly Status Report: April 1-30, 2019 - Arizona Game and Fish Department
By Jonathan Drew, Susan Montoya Bryan and Matthew Brown for The Associated Press May 23, 2019 Letters to the Editor Needed!
Wolf Conservation Center joins other captive facilities for a banner year of cross-fostering Mexican wolf puppies into the wild!
April 25, 2019, Associated Press, New York Times
April 30, 2019, by Erin Ford, Grand Canyon News Mexican Gray Wolf population increases by 12 percent
Monthly Status Report: March 1-31, 2019 - Arizona Game and Fish Department
By Angela Kocherga, April 20th, 2019, Albuquerque Journal
Comments due before May 12 – posted 4/15/19
Annual Pup Naming Contest Reveals Names for Latest Pups in Lobo Reintroduction
Students Give Names to Twenty-one Mexican Wolf Pups Born in 2018 (posted 4/10/19)
The annual count of Mexican wolves in the wild has revealed marginal gains after a year of record deaths
Current Evidence Supports Classification of Red Wolf as a Distinct Species, Report Says; Mexican Gray Wolf Is a Valid Subspecies of Gray Wolf
Monthly Status Report: February 1-28, 2019 - Arizona Game and Fish Department
We need you to take action to save wolves from the crosshairs today!
Monthly Status Report: January 1-31, 2019 - Arizona Game and Fish Department
By Mallory Falk, February 15, 2019,KRWG New Mexico Public Radio
Send your comments to the US Fish & Wildlife - Deadline for comments is February 28th
by Susan Montoya Bryan, Albuquerque Journal, February 12, 2019 Letters to the Editors are Needed!
Five lobos have been trapped since Nov. 2018
White Mountain Independent, February 6, 2019
Open to kindergarten through eighth grade. Deadline extended to February 11, 2019 (updated 2/2/19)
Monthly Status Report: December 1-31, 2018 - Arizona Game and Fish Department
New York Times, January 24, 2019, by John Schwartz
White Mountain Independent, by Trudy Balcom, January 24, 2019
Writer, Tracy Staedter published a piece about Jean Ossorio in the online blog, Experience. It includes a great recording of a wolf howl!
Arizona Public Radio, by Ryan Heinsius - January 9, 2019
By Jean Ossorio