Jimenez Ends 20 Years as Feds’ Top Wolf Man
A federal wolf expert who’s been deeply involved with management since the reintroduction of the species to the Northern Rockies two decades ago has called it a career.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Northern Rocky Mountain Wolf Coordinator Mike Jimenez officially ended his tenure as a federal government employee on Monday, although for weeks prior he had been de facto retired while burning up banked vacation time. The former Jackson Hole resident will be missed, said Mike Thabault, Fish and Wildlife’s assistant regional director for ecological services.
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