The wild population of Mexican wolves continues to grow at a healthy pace increasing 24 percent since last year in the United States.
Due to the federal government shutdown, updates for the month of December were only available for Arizona and the FAIR.
Residents of Alpine, Ariz., Reserve, NM and surrounding areas may notice a low-flying helicopter in the region between Jan. 22 and Feb.3.
A recent peer-reviewed scientific paper reaffirmed the historical range of the endangered Mexican wolf as being Arizona, New Mexico.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department today submitted its official comments on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s draft Mexican wolf recovery plan.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department is reviewing the draft Mexican wolf recovery plan released June 29 by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
Order resolves AZGFD lawsuit against U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
The state also filed a motion to dismiss the suit based on the court’s lack of subject matter jurisdiction because the plaintiffs are unable to demonstrate that their interests have suffered.
Biologists are preparing to begin the annual winter population count that will determine the minimum number of wolves in Arizona and New Mexico.