Endangered Species


U.S. wildlife officials are seeking public comment as they prepare to update a rule that guides management of endangered Mexican gray wolves in the Southwest.

National Commission of Protected Natural Areas

Federal wildlife officials last month killed four endangered Mexican gray wolves they say were responsible for repeatedly killing cattle. KNAU’s Ryan Heinsius reports.


A new report says there are more Mexican Gray Wolves in the wild now than at any time since the federal government began reintroducing the endangered species in the American Southwest more than two decades ago.

Governor Ducey Signs Bill Cloaking Endangered Species Info

Mar 11, 2020

Governor Doug Ducey has signed a bill requiring state-sponsored endangered species surveys on private property to be kept secret, even from federal agencies charged with protecting plants and animals from potential extinction.


Biologists looking for endangered species on private property would be required to keep much of what they find secret under a proposal poised for quick approval by the Republican-controlled Arizona Legislature.