Five More Mexican Wolves Released into Apache National Forest
Two adult Mexican wolves and their three pups were released into the wilds of eastern Arizona at 7 p.m. on June 3, 1999, from the Campbell Blue acclimation pen in the Apache National Forest. The release of this family group brings the number of free-ranging wolves to at least 24 within five packs. Reproduction by two packs already in the wild -- the Pipestem and Campbell Blue packs -- has not been confirmed but is strongly suspected for the Pipestem Pack.

The wolves released yesterday are termed the

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