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Federal wildlife managers are investigating the deaths of two endangered Mexican gray wolves.

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They’re getting used to grazing on shortgrass instead of tallgrass, and will soon be searching for places to give birth to their young. A herd of bison is settling in for its first year in a new home at the Raymond Wildlife Area east of Flagstaff. 


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There are at least 114 Mexican gray wolves roaming the American Southwest.

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One of Arizona's two native trout will be restocked this year at waterways in the White Mountains.

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Sixty elk from northern Arizona start a 2,000-mile journey this month to a wildlife reserve in West Virginia. Elk were eradicated by overhunting in the eastern United States more than a century ago and now West Virginias want to bring the animals back. Organizers of the relocation project say it’s about correcting past mistakes, and Arizona is in a unique position to help. KNAU’s Melissa Sevigny reports.


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