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Mexican Wolf Archives

   
Mexican Wolf Population Information

2015 Mexican Wolf Experimental Population Area Regulations (10j)


2014-2015 NEPA

Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Proposed Revision to the Regulations for the Nonessential Experimental Population of the Mexican Wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) - November 2014

Final Record of Decision for the Proposed Revision to the Regulations for the Nonessential Experimental Population of the Mexican Wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) - January 06, 2015


Listings

Endangered Status for the Mexican Wolf (Final Rule) - January 2015

12-Month Finding on Petitions to List the Mexican Gray Wolf as an Endangered Subspecies or Distinct Population Segment with Critical Habitat

1978 Reclassification of the Gray Wolf in the U.S. and Mexico with Determination of Critical Habitat in Michigan and Minnesota

1976 Determination that Two Species of Butterflies at Threatened and Two Species of Mammals are Endangered Species. (Mexican wolf listing)

Opportunity to Comment on the 2017 Wolf Release Proposal

Initial Release and Translocation Plan for 2016

Map of Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area

FWS Statement Regarding Incident with Unidentified Canids in Catron County (Feb.6, 2015)

Opportunity to Comment on the 2015 Wolf Release Proposal


Proposed Rules

Annual Reports

Mexican Wolf Experimental Population Area Management Decisions

Mexican Wolf Blue Range Reintroduction Project 5-Year Review Documents


Mexican Wolf Blue Range Reintroduction Project 3 Year Review Documents


Mexican Wolf Captive Management Documents

2013 Memorandum of Understanding

2010 Mexican Wolf Conservation Assessment

2000 Finding of No Significant Impact - Translocation of Mexican Wolves throughout the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area in Arizona and New Mexico

2000 Environmental Assessment - Translocation of Mexican Wolves throughout the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area in Arizona and New Mexico

1998 Interagency Management Plan

1998 Final Rule - Establishment of a Nonessential Experimental Population of the Mexican Gray Wolf in Arizona and New Mexico

1997 Record of Decision and Statement of Findings on the EIS on Reintroduction of the Mexican Wolf Within Its Historic Range in the Southwestern United States

1996 Final Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) on Reintroduction of the Mexican Wolf Within Its Historic Range in the Southwestern United States

1982 Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan

Estimated Funds Expended by Lead Agencies for Mexican Wolf Recovery and Reintroduction

 

Mexican Wolf Fact Sheets

 
Mexican Wolf Team
Mexican Wolf Recovery Coordinator
New Mexico Ecological Services Field Office
2105 Osuna Road NE
Albuquerque, NM 87113
Office: (505) 346-2525
Fax: (505) 346-2542
 
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service
Southwest Regional Office
500 Gold Avenue SW
Albuquerque, NM 87102
Main: (505) 248-6920
Fax: (505) 248-6788
 
Mexican Wolf Interagency Field Office
P.O. Box 856
Alpine, AZ 85920
Office: (928) 339-4329
Fax: (928) 339-4218

John Bradley
Public Affairs Spec.
Ecological Services / 
Wolf /
John_Bradley@fws.gov
505-248-6279
 

Contact the Mexican Wolf Program to report wolf sightings or suspected livestock depredations

Call toll free at
1-888-459-9653 or
928-339-4329

To report incidents of take or harassment of wolves

Call the Arizona Game and Fish Department's 24-hour Dispatch Operation Game Thief at
1-800-352-0700
Last updated: November 8, 2017