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  1. Mexican Wolf

    …breeding, which normally occurs in February. If a breeding wolf, also known as an alpha wolf, dies or is removed from the pack, another wolf from within or outside of…

  2. Mexican Wolf Reports

    Quarterly Wolf Reports Each quarter, a narrative summary of Mexican Wolf Blue Range Reintroduction Project activities is developed by the Interagency Field Team and distributed to specific target audiences. The…

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  3. The role of geography in Mexican wolf recovery

    …population? Some argue that releasing captive-reared adult wolf pairs into the wild is the best way. But is it really? In this video, Jim deVos, Mexican wolf coordinator for the…

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  4. Meet Mexican Wolf Biologists & Learn About Recovery Efforts

    As part of the celebration of the 25th anniversary of the reintroduction of Mexican wolves to the U.S., wildlife biologists from the Arizona Game and Fish Department will be at…

  5. Podcasts – Wild About Arizona

    …Science Coordinator and Jim deVos our Mexican Wolf Coordinator to discuss ongoing management and recovery activities along with challenges and successes of Mexican Wolf recovery efforts. Out with their second edition, Authors Andrew Holycross,…

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  6. AZGFD Success Stories

    …the future. × mexican wolf Press to toggle details. Mexican wolf’s call returns to the wild Mexican wolves once roamed Arizona, but as the Wild West attracted more settlers, these…

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