The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service will publish revisions Thursday to its five-year-old Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan that it says will improve protections for the endangered species.
The new draft is the result of a court order to address humans killing wolves. Earlier this year, two wolves were shot, one just outside Flagstaff that died and another in New Mexico that survived but lost a leg. Fish and Wildlife says the plan will include education both in the U.S. and in Mexico. It also includes increasing law enforcement presence.