Endangered Mexican wolf treks further north in New Mexico


              FILE - Members of the Mexican gray wolf recovery team preparing to load a wolf into a helicopter in Reserve, N.M., so it can be released after being processed during an annual survey on Jan. 30, 2020. An endangered Mexican gray wolf has roamed beyond the species' recovery area into the more northern reaches of New Mexico. U.S. wildlife managers have been tracking the female wolf and while they say it's not a threat to human health or public safety, they have notified ranchers in the area. (AP Photo/Susan Montoya Bryan, File)
            
              FILE - Members of the Mexican gray wolf recovery team draw blood and vaccinate a wolf during an annual survey, in Reserve, N.M., on Jan. 30, 2020. An endangered Mexican gray wolf has roamed beyond the species' recovery area into the more northern reaches of New Mexico. U.S. wildlife managers have been tracking the female wolf and while they say it's not a threat to human health or public safety, they have notified ranchers in the area. (AP Photo/Susan Montoya Bryan, File)
Endangered Mexican wolf treks further north in New Mexico