Mexican Gray Wolf “Trumpet” Turns One!
A year ago today, Mexican gray wolf 1143 (“Rosa”) gave birth to a single pup, f1505, a robust little girl nicknamed “Trumpet” for her loud squeals. Today a new chapter begins the critically endangered kiddo, it’s her time to transition from puppy-hood to adulthood. So throw back your head and let out a long celebratory birthday howl for Trumpet! Welcome to yearling-hood!
Unbeknownst to the birthday girl, Trumpet has been creeping into the hearts and homes of a global audience thanks to the Wolf Conservation Center’s remote webcams. At just a few weeks old, Trumpet even became a TV star on ABC News – raising awareness for her critically endangered kin and our efforts to save her species from extinction.
Thank you, Trumpet, for unknowingly becoming such a powerhouse in the fight to restore Mexican gray wolves to their ancestral homes in the wild!
Help support the Wolf Conservation Center’s efforts to protect and preserve wolf populations in North America by adopting a birthday wolf! We offer several adoption levels. No matter what the level, each adoption kit includes an 8×10 wolf photo, wolf biography, adoption certificate and a subscription to our newsletter. Learn more.