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Sevilleta NWR Mexican Wolf Outreach Program Kicks Off a New Year
Southwest Region, January 10, 2007
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  Students at Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary Learn ABout Endangered Wolves

Students at the Martin Luther King Jr. Elementary School in Rio Rancho, New Mexico started off the 2007 semester learning about the endangered Mexican gray wolf. The 68 fourth graders, read books, created posters and listened to a presentation by Refuge staff as part on a unit on endangered species taught by Andrea Fletcher-Gill. This is the third year that Andrea’s students have studied the Mexican wolf. Ms Gil participated in the first wolf workshop presented by the Refuge following the creation of the wolf teacher guide.

Contact Info: Martin Valdez, 505-248-6599, martin_valdez@fws.gov



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