Six female Mexican gray wolves left Wolf Haven International, located north of Tenino, on two separate flights to Houston, Texas, and then onto a charter flight to Mexico.Do the Mexicans whine about the PTSD this might cause their children? Does anyone know?
Their final destination is a wolf facility called the Amigos Del Desierto De Coahuila.
This quote from the article doesn't really tell the whole story:
Mexican gray wolves once roamed throughout vast portions of Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and Mexico until human settlement intensified across the Southwest in the early 1900s.Human settlement, the livestock industry, and our government working on behalf of the livestock industry is what wiped them out. It isn't as if the wolves simply disappeared! There was a huge effort to exterminate them in the U.S., and when that job was done, the U.S. went to Mexico to keep killing. Sick, right?