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Home > Mexican Wolves > About The Project > Mexican Wolf Monthly Report: November 2014

Mexican Wolf Monthly Report: November 2014

by Mark MacAllister

Page 3 : Mortalities and Depredation Incidents

  • In November, AM1107 from the Rim Pack was located dead in Arizona. The incident is under investigation.

Depredation Incidents
During November, there were three livestock depredation reports and two nuisance reports in the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area (BRWRA).
  • On November 1, Wildlife Services (WS) investigated one dead cow in Arizona south of Middle Mountain. The investigation determined the cow was killed by wolves. The depredation was assigned to the adults and juveniles from the Bluestem Pack.
  • On November 19, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Canyon Del Buey in New Mexico. The investigation determined the cow was killed by wolves and the depredation was assigned to the Mangas Pack.
  • On November 25, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Collins Park in New Mexico. The investigation determined the cow was killed by wolves and the incident was assigned to the Luna Pack.
  • On November 27, a dog was attacked near Gila Hot Springs in New Mexico. The incident was assigned to the Coronado Pack.
  • On November 29, a dog was attacked near Gila Hot Springs in New Mexico. The incident was assigned to the Coronado Pack.

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