Living the Scientific Life (Scientist, Interrupted)

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Mexican Gray Wolf (Canis lupus baileyi)
320 (60 wild, 260 captive).

Image: Joel Sartore/National Geographic [larger view].


The photographer writes;

Still on shaky ground, the Mexican gray wolf, an endangered subspecies, is slowly increasing in number in Arizona and New Mexico thanks to captive breeding.

Joel Sartore has shared some of his work on this blog before, so I am thrilled to tell you that National Geographic also appreciates his exemplary work. You can view more endangered animals of the United States that were photographed by the talented Joel Sartore here at National Geographic online. All images appear here by permission of National Geographic online.

Comments

  1. #1 travelgirl
    January 28, 2009

    while i was visiting parental units near palm springs last year, i ran across a wonderful place called “the living zoo” where a few mexican grey wolves are located…

    they are such beautiful creatures, i had to take a few photos of my own, attempting to capture their magnificence…

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