What does it mean to be a “nonessential experimental population”?

What does it mean to be a “nonessential experimental population”?


What does it mean when a group is a nonessential experimental population

 

Our article on Mexican wolves and the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area covers this and more! Learn about how recovery plans may need to be updated and adjusted to make sure the plan is functioning as it should to help species recover, along with issues Mexican wolves and wildlife managers have faced when it comes to certain rules in the area. 

 

Get more information on: 

 

  • How teams use GPS and radio telemetry to keep track of wolves 

  • The extra benefits of tracking the wolves 

  • The problems that arise when a recovery area becomes too small for the number of wolves on it

  • The difference between this recovery area and Yellowstone National Park 

 

 

Read the article here!


 
 


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