Category Archives: Mexican Gray Wolves

The Hawks Nest pack, one of the original three families of lobos released into the wild, is gone. The Hawks Nest pack was established in 1998, when the original alpha male and his mate were among the first eleven lobos … Continue reading

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It’s an exciting time for wolves — it’s the season of romance! Hormones are racing and yesterday afternoon we witnessed Mexican gray wolves Trumpet (F1505) and Lighthawk (M1564) engage in a copulatory tie via webcam! The Species Survival Plan (SSP) management group for … Continue reading

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The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) has a responsibility under federal law to facilitate recovery of the critically endangered Mexican gray wolf and captive-to-wild releases are a central part of that effort. The wild Mexican gray wolf population in … Continue reading

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