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Wild Population of Mexican Wolves Grows for Fifth Consecutive Year

2020 survey shows at least 186 wolves across the Southwest

SANTA FE – The wild population of Mexican wolves in the United States saw its fifth consecutive year of growth in 2020. According to the recent count, the U.S. population of Mexican wolves has increased by 14% since last year, raising the total number of wolves in the wild to a minimum of 186 animals.

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