Updated recovery plan for Mexican wolves aims to reduce human-caused deaths

From the Tucson Sentinel:

Mexican wolves nearly vanished from the Southwest in the early 1900s, but reintroduction efforts begun nearly 25 years ago have brought them back from the brink of extinction.

An updated recovery plan aims to further protect the endangered wolves through increased law enforcement, education and outreach to communities near where the wolves live. But the update has critics, who say it doesn’t go far enough.

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