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Trail cameras near the one which captured evidence of a lone wolf in Siskiyou County, California, in May and July have recorded evidence of five pups, which appear to be a few months old, and two adults. The California Department … Continue reading
A team of researchers from Aarhus University and the Danish National History Museum have confirmed that at least one male wolf has moved into the Jutland area. The wolf likely dispersed from the southern, German part of the peninsula. Germany … Continue reading
Biologists from the US Fish and Wildlife Service and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife have confirmed that Wolf OR7 and his mate have produced a litter of at least two pups in the Cascade Mountains of southwest Oregon. … Continue reading
Mexico’s National Commission for Natural Protected Areas stated on July 17 that a litter of Mexican gray wolf pups, the first pups known to be born in the wild since the subspecies was declared extinct in the area thirty years … Continue reading
Connecticut’s Beardsley Zoo is pleased to announce the birth of four critically endangered Red Wolf pups! Today, just 100 Red Wolves roam their native habitats in eastern North Carolina, and nearly 200 Red Wolves are maintained in captive breeding facilities … Continue reading
Two pups from the six-pup litter of a recently released captive-born female Mexican wolf, Ernesta (F1126) have been cross-fostered with the three-pup litter of another wild female (F923). A pregnant Ernesta and her mate, M1249, were released in April of … Continue reading
Tilly, one of the pups raised at Wolf Park this year, has reached her new home — the Scovill Zoo in Decatur, Illinois — safely and is already charming audiences there. She looks forward to a wonderful life as an … Continue reading
This year’s new wolf pups, Dharma, Tilly, and Gordon, were added to the main pack on September 4. It was a great success. From Photo of the Day: “The pups had never seen the bleachers full of folks from inside … Continue reading