Biologists to begin annual study of Mexican Wolf population

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Biologists will soon be flying over part of New Mexico during their annual Mexican wolf population survey.

Using a helicopter, they’ll buzz over parts of eastern Arizona and western New Mexico. At the end of 2017, the multi-agency project reported a minimum of 114 wolves in these areas.

The survey helps agencies understand the endangered population and make decisions regarding Mexican gray wolves in the future.

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