Wandering Mexican gray wolf released back into Arizona wilderness ‘where she belongs’

From the Sacramento Bee:

Wildlife officials released an endangered Mexican gray wolf back into the Arizona wilderness after holding her in captivity for five months. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife service captured female wolf 2754 — nicknamed Asha by conservationists — in northern New Mexico in January, and held her at the agency’s Sevilleta Mexican Wolf Management Facility outside Socorro, officials said in a June 14 news release.

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