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Michael Robinson

  • The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service reintroduced the nearly-extinct Mexican gray wolf back to the southwest 25 years ago. On the very same day the agency was celebrating this anniversary, a decision was made to quietly kill the leader of the Mangas wolf pack nicknamed ‘Rusty’ –– who was known to prey on livestock.
  • On the next Let’s Talk New Mexico, we’re going to dive head-first into why wolves almost disappeared from our ecosystems, and explore the lingering conflicts between the agriculture industries and environmentalists that pose the question: should wolves be brought back to our wilderness?
  • New Mexico’s wildfire season started off early this year, and spring winds could make it worse. For people living near forests, this means preparing for…