Tag Archives: Mexico

Wolf release in Mexico spurs questions in US

[large thumbnail url=”wolf-release-in-mexico-spurs-questions-in-us” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”09″ day=”16″] [thumbnail icon url=”wolf-release-in-mexico-spurs-questions-in-us” filename=”news” year=”2011″ month=”09″ day=”16″] ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A plan by Mexican wildlife officials to reintroduce a rare species of gray wolf to its historic range in northern Mexico has prompted questions from wildlife managers and ranchers in the Southwest, where a similar, decade-long effort has been fraught with controversy.

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Mexico and New Mexico work together to boost reintroduction program

[large thumbnail url=”mexico-and-new-mexico-work-together-to-boost-reintroduction-program” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”12″ day=”30″] [thumbnail icon url=”mexico-and-new-mexico-work-together-to-boost-reintroduction-program” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”12″ day=”30″] KRQE-TV and the Carlsbad Current-Argus are reporting that the Living Desert Zoo has flown a Mexican gray wolf to Mexico in hopes of successfully breeding pups to help the embattled reintroduction program.

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Evidence suggests ancient Mexicans crossbred wolves and dogs

[large thumbnail url=”evidence-suggests-ancient-mexicans-crossbred-wolves-and-dogs” filename=”science” year=”2010″ month=”12″ day=”16″] [thumbnail icon url=”evidence-suggests-ancient-mexicans-crossbred-wolves-and-dogs” filename=”science” year=”2010″ month=”12″ day=”16″] An Associated Press report reveals that researchers found evidence that ancient Mexicans crossbred wolves and dogs.

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IWC: Mexican wolves reintroduced in both U.S. and Mexico

[large thumbnail url=”iwc-mexican-wolves-reintroduced-in-both-u-s-and-mexico” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”02″ day=”16″] [thumbnail icon url=”iwc-mexican-wolves-reintroduced-in-both-u-s-and-mexico” filename=”news” year=”2010″ month=”02″ day=”16″] Jess Edberg, from the International Wolf Center, wrote an article about Mexico’s plans to reintroduce five wolves following a devastating year where America’s population declined by 20 percent.

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