Mexican wolf lecture Wednesday

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mexican wolfMaggie Howell, Executive Director of the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, NY, will speak Wednesday, March 26 at  Western Connecticut State University about the fate of Mexican gray wolves.

Howell will speak  at 6:30 p.m. in room 125 of the Science Building on the Midtown campus.

Mexican gray wolves were all but eliminated in the wild. Through a captive breeding program, there are now about 400 of these wolves living in the United States, with about 75 now living wild in the southwestern landscape.  They are the most endangered subspecies of wolf on earth

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