Mexican Grey Wolf Returns from Brink of Extinction

Mexican Grey Wolf Returns from Brink of Extinction

by Natasha Lasky, ODP Staff Writer The rarest subspecies of grey wolf in North America has doubled its population over the last five years. While the Mexican wolf had teetered on the brink of extinction, there are now 186 Mexican grey wolves in the wild in New Mexico and Arizona as a result of protections […]

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End of Protections for Endangered Gray Wolves

End of Protections for Endangered Gray Wolves

by Ashira Morris, ODP Contributing Writer Last week, the Trump administration removed Endangered Species Act protections for gray wolves in the Lower 48 states. The move was criticized by environmental groups, with some planning to sue over the delisting. “This is no ‘Mission Accomplished’ moment for wolf recovery,” said Kristen Boyles, an Earthjustice attorney, in […]

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