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Home > Mexican Wolves > About The Project > Mexican Wolf Monthly Report: February 2015

Mexican Wolf Monthly Report: February 2015

by Mark MacAllister

Page 3 : Mortalities and Depredation Incidents

Wolf Mortalities
  • In February f1332 was located dead in Arizona. The incident is under investigation.

Depredation Incidents
During February there were 12 livestock depredation reports and one incident reported where a canine-like animal bit a person in the recovery area.
  • On February 4, Wildlife Services investigated one dead cow on the Deadman allotment in New Mexico. The investigation determined the cow was killed by wolves.
  • On February 4, an incident was investigated by the United States Fish & Wildlife Service (USFWS) and Wildlife Services that involved a member of the public reportedly being bit by a canine-like animal on the Deadman allotment in New Mexico. The incident is still under investigation.
  • On February 10, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Canyon Del Buey in New Mexico. The investigation determined the cow was killed by a wolf.
  • On February 12, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near the Cow Springs Ranch in New Mexico. The investigation determined the cow had been killed by a wolf.
  • On February 14, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near the Maynard Ranch in New Mexico. The investigation confirmed the cow had been killed by wolves.
  • On February 17, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow/calf pair near Spur Lake Basin in New Mexico. The investigation concluded the cow/calf pair died of unknown causes.
  • On February 18, Wildlife Services investigated an injured dog near Aragon New Mexico. The investigation determined the dog had been attacked by wolves.
  • On February 23, Wildlife Services investigated a dead calf near Stray Horse in Arizona. The investigation determined the calf probably died due to the cow stepping on the calf while trying to protect it from coyotes.
  • On February 26, Wildlife Services investigated a dead calf near Spur Lake Basin in New Mexico. The investigation confirmed the calf had been killed by a wolf.
  • On February 28, Wildlife Services investigated a dead calf near Spur Lake Basin in New Mexico. The investigation confirmed the calf had been killed by a wolf.
  • On February 28, Wildlife Services investigated a dead calf near Spur Lake Basin in New Mexico. The investigation confirmed the calf had been killed by wolves.
  • On February 28, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow and calf near Spur Lake Basin in New Mexico. The investigation determined the cow and calf had probably been killed by wolves.
  • On February 28, Wildlife Services investigated a dead yearling heifer near Eagle Peak in New Mexico. The investigation confirmed the heifer had been killed by wolves.

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