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

Mexican Wolf Monthly Report: March 2015

by Mark MacAllister

Page 3 : Mortalities and Depredation Incidents

Wolf Mortalities
  • In March, f1388 was located dead in Arizona. The incident is under investigation.
  • In March, fp1389 was located dead in Arizona. The incident is under investigation.

Depredation Incidents
During March there were 10 livestock depredation reports involving wolve and one nuisance report involving a dog and a wolf.
  • On March 3, Wildlife Services investigated one dead cow near Spur Lake Basin in New Mexico. The investigation determined the cow was killed by wolves. A second calf was investigated the same day in the same area and was confirmed to have been killed by wolves. The depredation was assigned as one incident to M1161.
  • On March 6, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Spur Lake Basin in New Mexico. The investigation determined the cow was killed by a wolf.
  • On March 8, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Hardcastle in New Mexico. The investigation determined the cow had been killed by a wolf.
  • On March 13, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Aragon New Mexico. The investigation confirmed the cow had been killed by a wolf.
  • On March 19, Wildlife Services investigated a nuisance incident in which a dog was reported to have been attacked by a wolf near Collins Park in New Mexico. The injuries to the dog were confirmed as being caused by a wolf.
  • On March 24, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Springerville Arizona. The investigation confirmed the cow had been killed by a wolf.
  • On March 27, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Sand Flats New Mexico. The investigation confirmed the cow had been killed by a wolf.
  • On March 30, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Centerfire Creek in New Mexico. The investigation confirmed the cow had been killed by a wolf.
  • On March 30, Wildlife Services investigated a dead cow near Strayhorse in Arizona. The investigation confirmed the cow had been killed by a wolf.

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