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Arizona: Mexican Wolf Successfully Released To the Wild, Reportedly Doing Well

posted Jan 29, 2016, 4:30 PM by chloe owens

11/11/15, by Peter de Jesus, HNGN

Arizona: Mexican Wolf Successfully Released To the Wild, Reportedly Doing Well

The Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area in the Apache National Forest has a new addition, with a male wolf being sent to the wild to replace an alpha wolf that was illegally shot and killed in 2012. The 4-year-old collared wolf, designated M1133, is reportedly adjusting very well to the changes in its environment, despite the wolf having been born and bred in captivity.

http://www.hngn.com/articles/149214/20151111/arizona-mexican-wolf-successfully-released-wild-reportedly-doing-well.htm

 

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