Endangered gray wolf population on the rise in Southwest

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Endangered gray wolf population on the rise in Southwest

Count of 163 is a 25% jump over previous year
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist Maggie Dwire carries a Mexican gray wolf from a helicopter after it was captured near Reserve, N.M., during an annual survey of the endangered species. The Fish and Wildlife Service on Wednesday announced the result of its latest survey, saying there are at least 163 wolves in the wild in New Mexico and Arizona. That marks a nearly 25% jump in the population from the previous year.
The information collected when Mexican gray wolves are weighed, measured, vaccinated and processed as part of an annual survey, in Reserve, N.M. The Fish and Wildlife Service on Wednesday, March 18 announced the result of the latest survey, saying there are at least 163 wolves in the wild in New Mexico and Arizona. That marks a nearly 25% jump in the population from the previous year.
Members of the Mexican gray wolf recovery team draw blood and vaccinate a wolf during an annual survey, in Reserve, N.M.

Endangered gray wolf population on the rise in Southwest

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biologist Maggie Dwire carries a Mexican gray wolf from a helicopter after it was captured near Reserve, N.M., during an annual survey of the endangered species. The Fish and Wildlife Service on Wednesday announced the result of its latest survey, saying there are at least 163 wolves in the wild in New Mexico and Arizona. That marks a nearly 25% jump in the population from the previous year.
The information collected when Mexican gray wolves are weighed, measured, vaccinated and processed as part of an annual survey, in Reserve, N.M. The Fish and Wildlife Service on Wednesday, March 18 announced the result of the latest survey, saying there are at least 163 wolves in the wild in New Mexico and Arizona. That marks a nearly 25% jump in the population from the previous year.
Members of the Mexican gray wolf recovery team draw blood and vaccinate a wolf during an annual survey, in Reserve, N.M.
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