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

Mexican Wolf Monthly Report: July 2014

by Mark MacAllister

Page 3 : Mortalities and Depredation Incidents

Wolf Mortalities
  • No wolf mortalities were documented in July.

Depredation Incidents
During July, there was one livestock depredation report and two nuisance reports in the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area (BRWRA).
  • On July 2, Wildlife Services (WS) investigated one dead calf near OD Ridge, in Arizona. The investigation concluded that the calf was a probable wolf kill.
  • On July 20, Wildlife Services investigated two injured horses near the 26 Road in Arizona. The investigation determined that the horses were attacked and injured by wolves. GPS locations from AF1042ís collar indicated that Bluestem was in the area where the two horses were injured the night of the attack.
  • On July 20, Wildlife Services investigated two injured horses near Rainy Mesa in New Mexico. The investigation determined the horses were injured by wolves and researchers determined that the wolves responsible for the injuries were members of the Prieto Pack.

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