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Mexican Gray Wolf

What Defenders Is Doing to Help Mexican Gray Wolves

Coexistence Partnerships
Defenders has helped pioneer practical solutions to help livestock and wolves coexist.

Apache Wilderness Journeys
We work with the White Mountain Apache in its efforts to restore Mexican wolves to their native lands

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Defenders Event
There are fewer than 90 wild Mexican gray wolves in the entire world. Now, FWS is proposing to change the way the wolves are managed – changes that will determine whether the wolves recover and thrive, or die out and disappear.
Defenders Event
There are fewer than 90 wild Mexican gray wolves in the entire world. Now, FWS is proposing to change the way the wolves are managed – changes that will determine whether the wolves recover and thrive, or die out and disappear.
In the Magazine
The numbers are in and they’re disappointing, says Eva Sargent, Defenders’ Southwest director. The population expanded by only eight individuals from the 2012 year-end population of 75 wolves.