Game Commission to review progress on Mexican Wolf

By QCS Staff The state’s Game Commission will consider a recovery plan for two state-endangered rodents, hear status reports on the Mexican wolf reintroduction program and river otter restoration efforts, and open several regulations for prospective revisions during its meeting Friday in Santa Rosa, according to a press release. The meeting will be from 9 […]

State to reverse gray wolf decline

A recent survey by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service shows a decline in the population of Mexican wolves found in New Mexico, according to a press release. A January 2008 survey shows 52 Mexican gray wolves in Arizona and New Mexico, although the existing wolf packs offer promise for rebound with the next breeding […]

Jan. 8: Day to apply for candidacy, members sought for gray wolf committee

Jan. 8 is date to file to run for City Commission The city of Tucumcari will be taking declarations of candidacy for City Commission districts 1, 2, 3 and 4 on Jan. 8. Persons interested in running for the City Commission must obtain a certified copy of their current “Affidavit of Voter Registration” on file […]

County airs concerns about grey wolf, feral hog population

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By QCS Staff The Quay County Commission plans for the county seek to the status of a contributing agency regarding the habitat of the grey wolf in New Mexico. The commissioners said it was important to provide the U.S. Fish and Wildlife agency with information regarding the economic impact and other information that would show […]

Beware of the sheep who’s all wolf underneath

By Ryn Gargulinski: QCS Managing Editor It started with a teddy bear and ended in a pair of handcuffs. The teddy bear was plush and fuzzy with a heart-shaped orange nose. The handcuffs were probably silver. Maybe I should start at the start. I met a guy who, at first glance, did not seem my […]