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Mexican Wolf

Overview

A newly collared Mexican wolf is returned to the wild in Arizona. Credit: Mexican Wolf Interagency Field Team
A newly collared Mexican wolf is returned to the wild in Arizona. Credit: Mexican Wolf Interagency Field Team

In 2018, the District Court of Arizona remanded the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's 2015 10(j) rule to revise the designation of the Mexican Wolf Experimental Population Area in Arizona and New Mexico. The ruling directed the Service to redress several components of the rule to ensure the experimental population contributes to long-term Mexican wolf conservation and recovery.  

Service Seeks Public Comment on Proposed Changes to Mexican Wolf Management Rule
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is proposing changes to the management regulations for Mexican wolves (Canis lupus baileyi) in the Mexican Wolf Experimental Population Area in Arizona and New Mexico under section 10(j) of the Endangered Species Act.