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

Mexican Wolf Monthly Report: June 2015

by Mark MacAllister

Page 3 : Mortalities and Depredation Incidents

Wolf Mortalities
No mortalities were documented during June.

Depredation Incidents
During June there were seven livestock depredation reports involving wolves and one nuisance report.
  • On June 1, Wildlife Services investigated a dead calf near Centerfire New Mexico. The investigation determined that the cow had been killed by a wolf or wolves.
  • On June 4, Wildlife Services investigated three dead calves near Gallo Mountain in New Mexico. The investigation determined that one of the calves was killed by a wolf and the two other calves were probably killed by wolves.
  • On June 16, Wildlife Services investigated an incident in New Mexico where a dog was attacked. The investigation determined the dog was attacked and injured by wolves. Based on the location of the interaction, researchers believe the Iron Creek Pack was responsible for the incident.
  • On June 16, Wildlife Services investigated a dead calf near Cox Canyon in New Mexico. The investigation determined the calf was killed by uncollared wolves.
  • On June 21, Wildlife Services investigated a dead calf near Crescent Lake in Arizona. The investigation determined the calf was killed by a wolf. Researchers determined the Marble Pack was responsible for the kill.
  • On June 21, Wildlife Services investigated a dead calf near Water Canyon in Arizona. The investigation determined the calf died from unknown causes.
  • On June 27, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Centerfire in New Mexico. The investigation determined the cow was killed by wolves.

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