Mexican Wolf
Southwest Region Ecological Services
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Mexican wolf pup plays in the grass. Credit: Tom Tingle.
Mexican wolf pup plays in the grass. Credit: Tom Tingle.

Mexican Wolf Stories

2017

Mexican Wolf Recovery Program Held Four Productive Public Information Meetings Last Month U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service) Mexican Wolf Recovery Program Held Four Productive Public Information Meetings Last Month
August 2017

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2016

Mexican wolf pups in the Prieto pack 2016 Denning Packs and Wolf Pups
July 2016

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San Mateo AF903 in the winter snow. Alpha Female 903 of the San Mateo Pack Successfully Maintained Her Alpha Status for 11 Years (that's about 4 years longer than the average wild wolf life span)
March 2016

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Mexican Wolf M1284 was captured in the Gila National Forest during the Annual Wolf Helicopter Survey in February 2016. M1284 was vaccinated, radio-collared and released back into the wild.
Photo Courtesy of the Mexican Wolf Interagency Field Team 2015 Mexican Wolf Population Survey Complete
February 2016

The Mexican wolf Interagency Field Team (IFT) has completed the annual year-end population survey, documenting a minimum of 97 Mexican wolves in the wild in Arizona and New Mexico at the end of 2015.

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2015  
2015 Denning Packs and Wolf Pups - July 2015
Pair of Mexican Wolves Released into the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests - April 22, 2015
2014 Mexican Wolf Population Survey Complete - Population Exceeds 100 - February 2015
 
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: April 3, 2018