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Back from the brink of extinction: Mexican gray wolf which almost died out in the 1970s grew by 24 percent in 2019 with a total of 42 packs now living in Arizona and New Mexico

After reaching a point of near extinction, Mexican gray wolf populations in the US have begun to rebound, growing 24 percent in 2019.  According to new census information from the US Fish and Wildlife Service, the number of Mexican gray wolves in the US rose to 163 in 2019, from 131 in 2018.  The increase was attributed to 19 different packs that had successfully birthed a total of 90 pups throughout the course of the year, of which 52 survived.  Read more....

 

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