News release issued by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service announcing the final revised Mexican wolf recovery plan.
The plan outlines the steps needed to recover the Mexican wolf subspecies and turn its management over to the appropriate states and tribes after delisting. The recovery plan uses the best available science to chart a path forward for the Mexican wolf within the species’ historical range in the Southwestern United States and Mexico. This revised plan provides measurable and objective criteria which, when met, will enable the Service to remove the Mexican wolf from the list of endangered species.