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Wildfire’s Impact on Mexican Wolves

A baby Mexican Wolf wrapped in a blue towel.

6.17.2022 – More than 20 years ago, in 1998, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and partner agencies released Mexican wolves into the wild for the first time since the wolves had been driven to extinction in the United States in the 1970s. Today, a population of wolves lives in the Gila National Forest and…

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Flooding Concerns Following Historic Fires

A small sign on the side of the road that says "flood."

6.9.2022 –The Line Opinion Panel discusses the lingering threat of flooding in parts of the state, in the wake of this summer’s devastating wildfire season. Our Panelists also talk about the opportunity ahead for President Biden as he prepares to visit New Mexico to address wildfire damage. Host: Gene Grant Line Opinion Panelists:Dede Feldman, former…

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