Individuals with information they believe may be helpful are urged to call one of the following agencies: USFWS special agents in Mesa, Arizona, at (480) 967-7900, in Alpine, Arizona, at (928) 339-4232, or in Albuquerque, New Mexico, at (505) 346-7828; the WMAT at (928) 338-1023 or (928) 338-4385; AGFD Operation Game Thief at (800) 352-0700; or NMDGF Operation Game Thief at (800) 432-4263.Killing a Mexican wolf is a violation of the Federal Endangered Species Act and can result in criminal penalties of up to ,000, and/or not more than one year in jail, and/or a civil penalty of up to ,000.The Arizona Game and Fish Department prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, age, religion, or disability in its programs and activities.If anyone believes that they have been discriminated against in any of the AZGFD’s programs or activities, including its employment practices, the individual may file a complaint alleging discrimination directly with the Director’s Office, 5000 W.Arizona – -(Ammoland.com)-The following is a summary of Mexican Wolf Reintroduction Project (Project) activities in the Mexican Wolf Experimental Population Area (MWEPA) in Arizona, including the Fort Apache Indian Reservation (FAIR), San Carlos Apache Reservation (SCAR), and New Mexico.Additional Project information can be obtained by calling (928) 339-4329 or toll free at (888) 459-9653, or by visiting the Arizona Game and Fish Department website at azgfd.gov/wolf or by visiting the U. Fish and Wildlife Service website at fws.gov/southwest/es/mexicanwolf. Interested parties may sign up to receive this update electronically by visiting and clicking on the E-news Signup tab on the top left corner of the web page.On April 5, staff from the USFWS presented at the Arizona tribal/FWS coordination meeting.Management of Mexican wolves on tribal land was discussed.
A variety of non-governmental organizations and private individuals have pledged an additional ,000 for a total reward amount of up to ,000, depending on the information provided.
in the spring the population increases dramatically with the birth of new pups and declines throughout the summer and fall as mortality is particularly high on young pups).
Thus, the IFT summarizes the total number of wolves in the winter at a fairly static or consistent time of year.
Carefree Highway, Phoenix, AZ 85086-5000, (602) 942-3000, or with the U. Fish and Wildlife Service, Attn: Civil Rights Coordinator for Public Access, 5275 Leesburg Pike, MS: WSFR, Falls Church, VA 22041-3803.
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