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Saturday, February 1, 2014
Mexican Gray Wolf Population on a Rise in Southwestern Region
The Mexican gray wolf population in the Southwest has continued to soar recording a 10 percent annual growth highlighting the positive impact of management actions and reintroduction efforts.
The annual year-end population survey by the Mexican World Interagency Field Team (IFT) revealed that there are currently 83 wolves roaming in the wild in Arizona and New Mexico. The population strength indicates a 10 percent rise in the Mexican wolves' population when compared to the population that existed in 2012, which was 75.