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Final Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan, USFWS, First Revision

The final Mexican Wolf Recovery Plan from the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service aims to establish and maintain a minimum of two resilient, genetically diverse Mexican wolf populations distributed across ecologically and
geographically diverse areas in the subspecies’ range in the United States and Mexico. The USFWS’s stated recovery goal is to conserve and protect the Mexican wolf and its habitat so that its longterm survival is secured, populations are capable of enduring threats, and it can be removed from the list of threatened and endangered species.

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