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Leaving tracks: Adrenaline-fueled count shows scant growth in Mexican gray wolf population

“We need the data so that we can make better decisions going forward for wolf recovery,” veterinarian Susan Dicks (right) said of the testing and collaring of the wolves. “We can also make better decisions about wolf impact on humans and livestock.”
Photo by Jenna Miller/Cronkite News

“We need the data so that we can make better decisions going forward for wolf recovery,” veterinarian Susan Dicks (right) said of the testing and collaring of the wolves. “We can also make better decisions about wolf impact on humans and livestock.”

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