Second only to humans in adapting to climate extremes, grey wolves
once ranged from coast to coast and from Alaska to Mexico in North
America. By the early 20th century, government-sponsored predator
control programs and declines in prey brought grey wolves to near
extinction in 48 states. This book examines the Endangered Species
Act as it applies to grey wolves, with a focus on the grey wolf
population, recovery, and biology in the United States today.
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