May 09

A Rare Sight – The Mexican Wolf

It’s no secret that many of the world’s animals are in danger of extinction – but most people would be surprised at just how small the numbers of certain species have become. One such example is the Mexican Gray Wolf. Current estimates count these wild wanderers at just 52 free-ranging wolves in the southwestern United States. With such a small population, each individual wolf and wolf pack is critical to the population's long-term survival.

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May 07

Mexican Wolf Fund

by Staff

There are approximately 52 free-ranging Mexican gray wolves in the southwestern United States. With such a small population, each individual wolf and each wolf pack is critical to the population's long-term survival. Scientists believe there is the biological potential in Mexican wolves to establish vigorous wild populations if conflicts with humans can be resolved.

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