Thursday, January 17, 2013

Lone Lobo M1133 Doing Well in the Wild

Mexican gray wolf F749 at the WCC
Sending recently-released Mexican wolf M1133 WILD wishes! The captive born 4-yr-old was released in AZ’s Apache National Forest last week to fill the void within the Bluestem pack created when alpha male M806 was illegally shot and killed. Arizona's KJZZ and other media sources report that the lone lobo is doing well since his release. We can’t wait to tell Mexican wolf F749, one of the fifteen Mexican wolves that currently calls the Wolf Conservation Center home, that her son received the call of the wild. Perhaps she’ll howl, “Run free, be safe, and best of luck contributing to the recovery of our rare species!”

1 comment:

Appaloosa*Moon said...

Bravo!
May he be forever wild & free!