16.000 x 16.000 x 2.000 inches
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Painting ... Wolf In Aspen Grove
Bob and Nadine Johnston
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Nadine's Painting a few years back of a Wolf on Hardboard. For several years all she did was wolves. Please Feel Free to just share this image or others, with family and friends or associates, by just forwarding the link. You might be surprised how many would enjoy seeing this, some images just make us feel better when we know someone thought of us.
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The five last known wild Mexican grey wolves were captured in 1980 in accordance with an agreement between the United States and Mexico intended to save the critically endangered subspecies. Between 1982 and 1998 a comprehensive captive breeding program brought Mexican wolves back from the brink. Over 300 captive Mexican wolves were part of the recovery program.
The ultimate goal for these wolves, however, is to reintroduce them to areas of their former range. In March 1998, this reintroduction campaign began with the releasing of three packs into the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest in Arizona, and eleven wolves into the Blue Range Wilderness Area of New Mexico. Today, there may be up to 50 wild Mexican wolves in Arizona and New Mexico. The final goal for Mexican wolf recovery is a wild, self-sustaining population of at least 100 individuals
April 26th, 2014
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