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

Mexican Wolf Monthly Report: May 2014

by Mark MacAllister

Page 1 : Mexican Wolf Census Data

General Information
At the end of May 2014, the collared population consisted of 48 wolves with functional radio collars. M1240 and F1278 have been located together for three months and are denning. They will now be referred to as the Iron Creek Pack. There are currently 17 packs and 3 single wolves within the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area (BRWRA).
Mexican Wolf Population Status: Through May 2014
Number of wolves with functioning collars
48
Number of packs
17
Number of lone wolves
3



Arizona Wolf Packs: Through May 2014
Name Alpha Female Alpha Male
Additional Animals
Bluestem AF1042
AM 1341
mp1330, mp1331, fp1332, fp 1333, fp1339, fp1340
Elk Horn
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AM1287 F1294
Hawks Nest
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AM1038
f1280
Rim
AF1305
AM1107
F1305
Maverick
AF1291
AM1183
f1335, mp1336, m1342
Tsay o Ah
---
---
f1283, M1343
Hoodo
---
---
M1290, F1218
Coronado
---
---
M1249, F1126

Arizona Lone Wolves: None


New Mexico Wolf Packs: Through May 2014
Name Alpha Female Alpha Male
Additional Animals
Dark Canyon
AF923
AM992
M1293
Luna
AF1115
AM1155
m1337
San Mateo AF903
AM1157
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Fox Mountain
AM1158
AF1212
M1276, m1345
Willow Springs
AM1185
AF1279
mp1338
Canyon Creek
---
---
M1252, F1246
Prieto
---
---
F1251
Mangas
---
---
M1296, f1327
Iron Creek
---
---
M1240, F1278

New Mexico Lone Wolves: M 1284, M1285, M1286

Next Page : Pack Summaries
Pages: 1, 2, 3, 4
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