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Wolf numbers up in Arizona, New Mexico

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ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Hated by ranchers and revered by environmentalists as a symbol of the American Southwest's wildness, the Mexican gray wolf has struggled over the past 15 years to find a foothold in the forests of Arizona and New Mexico. But federal wildlife officials announced Wednesday that the predator has made its biggest stride yet. Annual survey results show there are at...