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This group of individuals spent $45. 7 billion on equipment to aide in their wildlife watching and on trips that were related to watching wildlife. They also helped employ 1 million people that came with a labor income of $40. 5 billion. These individuals also paid $8. 9 billion in state and local taxes and $9. 3 billion in federal taxes. This is the national economic impact that wildlife watchers had in 2006, but what about on the state level? The state of North Dakota had 148,000 wildlife watchers, 16 years old and older, in 2006. These 148,000 participants who enjoy this hobby in North Dakota ranked the state 50th in the nation. They also spent $22. 9 million in retail sales, $2.

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Fish and Wildlife agreed to allow SWCC to 'provide permanent sanctuary' to the wolf, according to a press release by Patrick Impiccini. F1188 is a Mexican gray wolf thatPhoto credit: Photo: Southwest Wildlife Conservation Center The last 'official count' shows that only 58 Mexican Gray Wolves remain in the wild, 'making them one of the most endangered mammals in North America. ' According to Impiccini, 'SWCC is the only wildlife facility in Arizona capable of handling large mammals such as wolves, and serves as a holding facility for the USFWS's Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Program. ' "We're happy we could find a solution to this situation, other than killing the animal, because there are so few of these wolves left," says Searles. "We will continue to work with Fish and Wildlife through the Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery Program to maintain the species, which is an important part of our ecosystem and our Western heritage. " According to Patrick Impiccini, the Nina Mason Pulliam Foundation will provide funds to construct an enclosure for the female wolf, but SWCC founder Linda Searles noted that SWCC needs donations to help it care for the animal.