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AGFD Votes to Delist Gray Wolf

The Arizona Game and Fish Commission has voted in support of a Congressional push to remove the gray wolf from the Endangered Species list.

12/7/2010

The Arizona Game and Fish Commission (AGFD) has voted in support of a Congressional push to remove the gray wolf from the Endangered Species list. The Commission sees this as a great oppportunity to reintroduce gray wolves to the state, and for residents to help manage the animal.

For more information, go to azgfd.gov.

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2 Responses to AGFD Votes to Delist Gray Wolf

HOLLIS jONES wrote:
August 17, 2014

Please do not side with the federal gov to expand the wolf territory and wolfs. To get the first wolves in Arizona it was promised that the wolves would be confined to the present area and limited to the number of breeding pairs. Please hold them to that promise. Arizona does not need more woles.

mike wrote:
December 14, 2010

The whole purpose of putting any critter ON the list is to bring them back so that they can be taken OFF the list.