Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Remembering Mexican Gray Wolf M190

(Photo courtesy of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service)

Lobos of the Southwest continues its Mexican Wolf Biography series with a look back at the life of Mexican gray wolf M190, a.k.a. "Paquito". The WCC is proud to be a part of Paquito's story by having provided him and his mate, F628, with a natural environment where these most elusive creatures could reside with minimal human contact. Paquito was euthanized due to cancer on June 2, 2007, he was 12 years old. Mexican wolf F628 is doing very well and currently lives with M904.

To read more about the life of Paquito from Lobos of the Southwest, please click here.

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1 comment:

SPARK PRODUCTIONS said...

Do you know anything about Ezo wolves? They used to live in Hakkaido Japan(North of Japan).
I do not know much about them and you blog made me want to reserch on them..
Thanks