The Reintroduction of the Mexican Grey Wolf


Since it’s reintroduction in 1998, the presence of the Mexican Grey Wolf population in Arizona and New Mexico has created controversy between ranchers and pro wolf groups. In 2015 the wolves hit a milestone as far as their population numbers. Additional land was needed to provide the wolves with adequate room so that they could continue to repopulate. This story focuses on the Mexican Grey Wolf and the new legislation that’s been put in place to appease both sides.

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