Overview of Mexican Wolf Information
Documentation Relevant to Mexican Wolf Re-introduction
Mexican wolf, Francisco Hernández–1535
Summary of the proposed changes in federal management of Mexican Wolves.
Click here to see a list of all SACPA’s information pages on Mexican wolves.
Click here to read the comments SACPA submitted on the proposed federal rule changes.
PROFESSIONAL REPORTS AND STUDIES:
- Questionable DNA: Are the canines in the federal Mexican wolf reintroduction program true wolves–or wolf-dog hybrids?
- Negative Economic Impacts of Wolf Reintroduction
- Negative Psychological Impacts of wolf reintroduction
- Wolf-Human Habituation Data proving reintroduced wolves do not fear humans
- Historical 1907 Report on Wolves including Mexican Wolves (See Chapter 1 for range map and Chapter 3 for livestock predation cost statistics). A.R. Harding, Wolf and Coyote Trapping: A wolf and coyote trapper’s guide…also gives their habits in detail
- Link to articles about impacts of Mexican wolves on residents of Catron County, NM
- Links to news articles, blogs and videos about the Mexican wolf
- Links to historical books and excerpts available online about wolves
ARIZONA GAME and FISH DEPARTMENT provides valuable background information (links go to AZGFD website):
- 30 Minute Video: Arizona Game and Fish Dept presentation on federal management proposals for Mexican Wolf
- AZGFD’s Overview of the 2 federal proposals for Mexican Wolf management in Arizona
- Click here to see the Arizona Game and Fish Department’s web page on Mexican Wolf Reintroduction and Management.
U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE (USFWS) INFORMATION
- If the link above goes dark (as it did during the last government shutdown) SOME information from the USFWS website can still be obtained online through the Internet Archive Wayback Machine. Click this link to step back in history and access the archived USFWS Mexican Wolf website as it could be viewed in May 2013.
MEXICAN GOVERNMENT’S WOLF REINTRODUCTION PROGRAM
Click here for more information (in Spanish language) on the Mexican government’s wolf reintroduction program. Then click on the Difusión button in the menu on the left side of the page.