ALBUQUERQUE, NM (AP) — There are now more Mexican gray wolves roaming the southwestern United States than at any time since the federal government began reintroducing the endangered species, said Wildlife Managers Wednesday.
Results from the latest annual wolf survey show there are at least 196 in the wild in New Mexico and Arizona – the sixth year in a row that the wolf population has increased.
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