New York's Wolf Conservation Center Races to Save Critically Endangered Breeds
October 5, 2019
Rebecca Bose and her team of veterinarians and volunteers suit up for their hunt. Their prey: critically endangered Mexican wolf pups. The young wolves live at Wolf Conservation Center, in upstate New York. Once they're caught, they'll be given a full veterinary checkup. Bose told InsideEdition.com there are only 140 or so Mexican wolves living in the wild. Bose said the work she does as curator for the center "isn't a job for me. It's part of life."