Will the Mexican Wolf Survive the Obama Administration?

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Mexican gray wolves are the most endangered mammal in the United States.  In 1998, the Clinton Administration began a recovery program on 4 million acres of mostly public land in New Mexico and Arizona. The goal was to have 100 animals living in the wild by 2006. Today, there are only about 50.


Julie Cart - Los Angeles Times - @julie_cart, Caren Cowan - Executive Director, New Mexico Cattle Growers Association, Ray Ring - Senior Editor, High Country News, Michael Robinson - Conservation Advocate, Center for Biological Diversity

Warren Olney

Katie Cooper