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This page was directly plagarized from, . This is fairly obvious considering the last paragraph reads like a report from a non-profit group.
Ok, so I fixed a lot of the plagarism problems, which consisted of condensing, rewording and reorganizing the available material. But this article still needs a lot of work. I think there are a few government and private sources to draw from if anyone wants to take a stab at it.Asedzie 08:31, 14 December 2005 (UTC)
Sorry! So I've realized that only the second section 'Near to Extinction' was taken from the Living Desert website verbatim. I've tried to revert as much as possible of what had been written. I did write what I thought in the talk page before I reverted earlier, but no one responded to my concerns.[[user:asedzie| assholes are gay!!!! l.o.o))))*^$#&
Mexican wolf map...
anyone else notice something funny about the picture with the map? Binarypower 09:38, 23 September 2006 (UTC)
"Trappers and private trappers"
"Trappers and private trappers have also helped in the eradication of the Mexican Wolf." Is there some distinction between a "trapper" and a "private trapper" of which I'm not aware? This just seems redundant. -- Super Aardvark 17:15, 23 September 2006 (UTC)
Trapper is probably referring to a Government Trapper. The government also hired or paid bounties to private trappers as well. We are redeveloping our content on our website www.californiawolfcenter.org and www.mexicanwolfconservationfund.org (under construction) and when we do I am happy to have that cut and paste to this area if it helps. We are part of the recovery program through the Species Survival Plan and the Mexican Wolf Conservation Fund. (Ssp1ab 21:04, 7 March 2007 (UTC))
hahaha mexican wolf is awsome!!!!
I cannot find where the IUCN has assessed the conservation status of the Mexican Wolf. Canis lupus is rated as of "Least concern", while noting that "at regional level, several wolf populations are seriously threatened." I am commenting out the conservation status until someone can point to the IUCN assessment for this sub-species. -- Donald Albury 14:28, 5 September 2011 (UTC)
I removed the following statement from the lede: "It is currently being protected by the mexican government and Now extends from the sonora desert to the center of mexico." I did find news items about plans to release captive-bred wolves in northern Mexico, but as far as I can see, those plans are on hold. -- Donald Albury 12:42, 22 July 2012 (UTC)