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a wolf with a brindled grey coat living in forested northern regions of North America

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Last spring, following 14 public meetings, three formal public hearings, consideration of more than 18,000 comments and a full environmental impact statement process, the Fish and Wildlife Service released three family groups of endangered Mexican gray wolves into Arizona's Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest.
More than 80 percent of the samples yielded mitochondrial DNA identical to that of coyotes, and the rest proved identical to gray wolves.
Peter DeFazio, D-Ore., has kept close watch on the recovery of gray wolves, which he rightly understands are an integral part of a natural, healthy ecosystem.
BEIRUT: Gray Wolves pulled off a 31-15 win over Notre Dame University Sunday in a friendly organized by Gray Wolves Chairman,Wael Harab at Ahed Club in Beirut.
Montana's Department of Fish, Wildlife and Parks intends to manage gray wolves under a program similar to the one it uses for black bears and mountain lions.
population of gray wolves is limited to three disjunct groups in the lower forty-eight: a population of gray wolves in and around Yellowstone National Park, a population of Mexican wolves, Canis lupus bailey, in Arizona and New Mexico, and a population of gray wolves in Minnesota, Wisconsin, and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan.
In 1995 and 1996, Defenders scored a triumph by negotiating legal entanglements and vociferous local opposition to help government agents reintroduce gray wolves into the Northern Rockies.
But elsewhere in the United States, fewer than 1,300 gray wolves from two subspecies live in four or five northern states, whose wolf populations apparently were started by animals from Canada.
Better yet, the agency should abandon its premature plan to remove legal protections for gray wolves in the lower 48 states - including Oregon, where the apex predator's numbers have yet to reach sustainable levels.
Summary: In a hard contested match, the Beirut Phoenicians club beat newcomers Gray Wolves 36-17 Saturday in the opening game of the Lebanese club championships.
As dawn breaks over Yellowstone National Park, six gray wolves vigilantly patrol their territory.
The pack of six gray wolves raise pointed noses to the wind, catching the scent of an intruder invading their frigid Wyoming territory.
Isle Royale National Park, also in Michigan, contains an isolated population of 14 additional gray wolves. The wolf population increase and expansion has been so successful that the numerical criteria established in the recovery plan for reclassifying the wolf in the western Great Lakes States from endangered to threatened have been reached.