Category Archives for Mexican Wolf

FROM WOLVES TO BEETLES – FISH & WILDLIFE SCIENCE TARNISHED

For Immediate Release:  Monday, February 10, 2014 Original post: Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility Contact:  David Parsons (505) 275-1944; Kirsten Stade (202) 265-7337   FROM WOLVES TO BEETLES – FISH & WILDLIFE SCIENCE TARNISHED Service Manufactures Scientific Studies to Support Politically Negotiated Deals Washington, DC — This was an exceptionally tough week for the scientific reputation […]

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TRI Comments on Proposed Revision to the Nonessential Experimental Population of the Mexican Wolf

The US Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing to add the Mexican Gray Wolf subspecies (Canis lupus baileyi) to the list of endangered species under the Endangered Species Act.  At the same time FWS is proposing to classify the only wild population of about 75 Mexican wolves as a “nonessential experimental population.”  This population was […]

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Save the Lobo! Wolves Need You on October 4

The US Fish and Wildlife Service has proposed to strip gray wolves’ endangered species protections and make other changes that threaten the recovery and survival of Mexican gray wolves.  On October 4, 2013 the USFWS will hold its only public hearing on both of these destructive proposals in Albuquerque. Fewer than 80 Mexican gray wolves […]

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Saving the Mexican Gray Wolf

This is a brilliant video showing that the fighters for Mexican Gray Wolf reintroduction were right all along.  I don’t suppose apologies will be forthcoming from the strongest enemies of the Wolf who helped stall the reintroduction program for many years. But in the end, the right thing was done.  And now we have proof […]

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New Website All About Mexican Gray Wolves!

There are only 52 Mexican gray wolves in the wilds of Arizona and New Mexico. The Rewilding Institute has joined with local, regional, and national conservation, scientific, and sportsmen’s organizations, and concerned citizens in launching a new website, mexicanwolves.org, to help save this highly endangered animal. The new website has everything related to the Southwest’s […]

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