Re-Introduction of Mexican Wolves Into Wild Promises to Be Howling Success

This Mexican grey wolf pup is part of the first litter born in the wild in Mexico in 30 years. Last December, a pair of adult wolves was released into the Sierra Madre and researchers recently caught up with growing pack. The National Protected Areas Commission is part of the captive breeding program that led to the re-introduction. Jesus Lizardo Cruz, deputy director of the commission's transborder species, hopes this is just the start of a sustainable population.

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