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Wolf Reintroduction

El Lobo's Uncertain Future

Cristina Eisenberg | Posted 05.26.2015 | Science
Cristina Eisenberg

By 2014, only 83 Mexican gray wolves survived in the wild. This population struggled due to poaching and legal killing by the federal government for livestock depredation. Conservation biologists concluded that it faced a very uncertain future without key management reforms.

Endangered Wolf Cubs Born In Wild For First Time In Decades

AP | Posted 09.17.2014 | Green

MEXICO CITY (AP) — The first known litter of Mexican gray wolves has been born in the wild as part of a three-year effort to re-introduce the subspe...

4 Out Of 5 Reintroduced Wolves Found Dead In Mexico

AP | SUSAN MONTOYA BRYAN | Posted 04.23.2012 | Green

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — The reintroduction of Mexican gray wolves to a mountain range just south of the U.S.-Mexico border as part of an effort to ...

Only Wolverines Wearing Maize and Blue Welcome Here

Sean Paige | Posted 05.25.2011 | Denver
Sean Paige

As a Michigan native I'm partial to wolverines, even if they haven't won a Rose Bowl in too many years. But I still think Colorado would be crazy to welcome the reintroduction of the animals to the state.

Reintroducing Wolves into National Parks Could Restore Ecosystems

Susan Cosier | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Susan Cosier

In Yellowstone, researchers saw open fields become more vegetated when they reintroduced wolves. Wolves increase biodiversity and increase ecotourism.

Unearthed: News of the Week the Mainstream Media Forgot to Report

Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Brendan DeMelle | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Brendan DeMelle

Ashcroft claims waterboarding isn't torture, Green energy sector jobs surge, Ford offers more fuel efficient vehicles in the U.S., and the White House tries to define contraception as abortion.