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Posts Categorized: Living with Wildlife
Wildlife and agriculture don’t always mix, but with a little extra effort conflict can be prevented. Progressive farmers and ranchers are coming up with ways to encourage wildlife-friendly agriculture—strategies for safeguarding livestock without resorting to lethal control.
The eastern cougar has gone extinct. As we mourn the loss of one predator, we recognize the emergence of another: the coyote.
Defenders staff and supporters across the country celebrated yesterday the promising news that endangered Mexican gray wolves, also know by their Spanish nickname, lobos, have started to make a comeback on the Arizona-New Mexico border. But what does this long-awaited uptick really mean for the lobos’ chance at survival?
The number of endangered Mexican gray wolves in Arizona and New Mexico has grown for the first time in four years, federal wildlife officials announced today.