Mexican Wolf Recovery Program

This agreement is being implemented in order to promote recovery of the Mexican wolf (Canis lupus baileyi), a federally listed endangered species.

Like many species protected by the Endangered Species Act, the Mexican wolf is being restored to the wild to play its role in nature through an ambitious


recovery program led by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service with significant contributions from several partners, including the White Mountain Apache Tribe.

The White Mountain Apache Tribe is uniquely qualified to perform the activities based upon location and property/land ownership.

This Notice of Intent is NOT a request for competitive proposals.

There is no Full Announcement associated with this Notice of Intent to make a Single Source Award.
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Mexican Wolf Recovery

Department of the Interior

Agency: Fish and Wildlife Service


Estimated Funding: $1,125,000

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