At least 109 wolves are spread among forested lands in southwestern New Mexico and southeastern Arizona.
A little more than a month after the deed came down, a DNA analysis has confirmed that the gray wolf killed in Utah was indeed Echo, the same wolf that was seen, photographed and tracked near the Grand Canyon last fall, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reported Wednesday.
DNA tests confirm it was the first wolf seen in Arizona in more than 70 years.
Groups including Sierra Club want TEP to replace coal with cleaner sources.
Northern gray variety hadn't been spotted in Northern Arizona in some 70 years.
Lawsuit asks court to proclaim Fish and Wildlife erred in delisting the animal.
Arizona Game and Fish officials confirmed the kill Sunday.
The yearling is the first confirmed kill of sheep relocated last month to the Catalina Mountains north of Tucson.
State Game and Fish should be aggressively releasing information.
Female is likely looking for a mate, according to former federal expert.
They're now allowed to roam only in Eastern Arizona, southwest New Mexico.
It's the first gray wolf in northern Arizona in more than 70 years.
Not enough is being done to save Mexican gray wolves, lawsuit contends.
PHOENIX — Known for its small size and auburn color, the cactus ferruginous pygmy owl has environmentalists battling with federal officials over whether it should be protected.
Environmentalists cite a population drop of more than 90 percent.
Possible ramifications loom for Rosemont Mine, Fort Huachuca.
"Encouraging developments" could mean another transplant of the wild sheep.
The northern Mexican gartersnake has joined the ranks of federally protected species.
Petition cites 110,000 square miles of potential bear habitat in four Western states.
PHOENIX —Two environmental groups on Friday dropped their lawsuit seeking to force the federal government to determine the impact of Fort Huachuca on the San Pedro River.