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MEXICAN WOLF ASHA IS CAPTURED ONCE AGAIN

This is neither good news or bad news. Environmental organizations hoped wildlife officals would leave Asha alone during her travels. Asha (F2754) was captured with the intent of paring her with a mate. If breeding is successful, Asha, her mate, and their pups will be released back into the wild.


Asha was born in Arizona and over the course of her life, she was captured 2 times. This time, the female Mexican wolf was captured in New Mexico with the reason being she was wandering beyond the Mexican Wolf Nonessential Expiremental Population area. Asha, along with her mate and pups should be released into the wild sometime in 2024.



Photo courtesy U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Southwest Region

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