February 5th, 2012
From Green Right Now Reports
Mexican gray wolves in the Southwest continue to struggle to survive in the wild in part because too few wolves are being released from captivity, according to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s 13th annual progress report released this week. On a more positive note, the report (which covers 2010) documents few wolf depredations on livestock even though the practice of removing wolves from the wild has been discontinued.