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Mexican Gray Wolf

Mexican Gray Wolf

Mexican Gray Wolf Photo by Jim Clark courtesy of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. The Mexican Gray Wolf, Canis Lupus Baileyi, was once a wide ranging predator of northern Mexico, southern Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. In 1851, strychnine was used to abolish the Wolf in Mexico. There were bounties paid for wolf pelts in Arizona and New Mexico in 1893. In 1914, the federal government began a predator control program in the Southwest which sealed the fate of the Mexican Wolf. The last Wolves were killed in Texas in 1970 and 1975 in Arizona. The USFW declared the Mexican Gray Wolf an endangered species in 1976 and hired a trapper in 1977 to capture any remaining Mexican Gray Wolves for captive breeding. You can read more about the Mexican Gray Wolf reintroductin in Wolf Articles. Photo by Jim Clark courtesy of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
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