First jaguars, now wolves: Trump plans criticized (and their economic impact)

Phoenix Business Journal

A new Trump administration plan for the endangered Mexican gray wolf, or lobo, is facing criticism from multiple corners.

The U.S. Forest Service released more details of it gray wolf plans this week. Those plans total $178 million over 25 to 35 years and aim to bolster the number of lobos and eventually remove it from the endangered species list.

There are an estimated 113 of the gray wolves in Arizona and Mexico now, according to the Forest Service. The goal is to grow their numbers to 320 in…

Source: Commercial News