Chaves County, New Mexico, seeks larger role in Mexican wolf population plan

From the Roswell Daily Record:

Chaves County is preparing to go another round with a federal agency about the Mexican wolf.

County Manager Stanton Riggs said the county intends to partner with other counties before signing a memorandum of understanding sent by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service that governs how the agency will develop a new rule about establishing experimental populations of the species in New Mexico and Arizona.

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