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

Mexican Wolf Monthly Report: April 2015

by Mark MacAllister

Page 3 : Mortalities and Depredation Incidents

Wolf Mortalities
No significant activity to report.

Depredation Incidents
During April there were nine livestock depredation reports involving wolves and one nuisance report.
  • On April 4, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow in Snow Canyon in Arizona. The investigation determined that the cow had been killed by wolves.
  • On April 6, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Centerfire Creek in New Mexico. The investigation determined the cow was killed by wolves.
  • On April 6, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow on private land in New Mexico. The investigation determined the cow had been killed a wolf.
  • On April 6, Wildlife Services investigated a nuisance incident on the Blue River in Arizona where it was reported that wolves had scared horses through a fence. The investigation revealed no sign of wolf tracks in the area and it was unknown what caused the horses to run through the fence.
  • On April 10, Wildlife Services investigated a report of a dead cow in the Cibola National Forest in New Mexico. The cow was determined to have died of unknown causes.
  • On April 11, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Govina, New Mexico. The investigation determined the cow had been killed by wolves.
  • On April 20, Wildlife Services investigated an injured calf near Strayhorse in Arizona. The investigation determined the injuries were caused by a wolf. The calf later died from its injuries and the depredation was assigned to uncollared wolves.
  • On April 20, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Centerfire Creek in New Mexico. The investigation confirmed the cow had been killed by a wolf.
  • On April 22, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Govina, New Mexico. The investigation confirmed the cow had been killed by a wolf.
  • On April 27, Wildlife Services investigated a dead calf in near Cerro Montoso in Arizona. The investigation determined the calf was killed by coyotes.

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