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Mexican gray wolf pair released

In late April, 2015 a Mexican gray wolf pair was released into the wild! These two wolves will be joining the current wild population of about 100 Mexican gray wolves in the Southwest. Learn more about their story here. The California Wolf Center is proud to be the birthplace of the unique male released and hopes for wild success!

Oregon's wild wolf population

As California awaits the natural recolonization of wild gray wolves, a sustainable and healthy wild wolf population in Oregon is critical. Gray wolves must cross the Oregon-California border to become wild Californian wolves. It is important to stay informed about Oregon's wolf management policies and make our voices heard when necessary! Check out this article to learn about Oregon's wild wolves and how you can help.

Northern Rocky Mountain wolf recovery

Stay up to date on the management and size of wolf populations throughout the Northern Rocky Mountain area by reading the most recent annual report!

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