Wolf Pup Calls To It’s Pack…

UPDATE: November 27, 2012

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — Two six-month-old Mexican gray wolf pups have reunited with their troubled pack in southwestern New Mexico, bringing some relief to environmentalists who were concerned about their chances for survival.

Officials with the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service say the Fox Mountain pack — including the two pups — was spotted feeding on an elk carcass late last week.

Click HERE to read more.

But this episode is far from over. The pup’s mother was wrongly removed from the wild and placed in captivity.

From WildEarth Guardians:

“One of only 60 wild species of her kind, the Fox Mountain Mexican wolf, wanted for allegedly killing several cows in New Mexico has been trapped and removed from the wild by Federal wildlife managers. WildEarth Guardians requested public records in conjunction with her removal, and received 682 blacked out pages, of the 870 pages received. We maintain this is public information and the federal government must account for the capture and incarceration of the Fox Mountain Loba. We will appeal Wildlife Services’ redacted response and are calling for a Congressional investigation into the agency’s behavior.”

Meanwhile the Fox Mountain alpha female remains separated from her family.

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A little wolf pup calls to its family, Oregon’s Snake River pack and they howl back. It’s a beautiful example of the strong bond wolves share. While this little pup has the support of his pack-mates  it sadly reminds me of the Fox Mountain wolf pups, wandering the Gila National forest alone, separated from their pack. After their mother was ripped from them and placed in captivity, the pack splintered. Now the pups are in danger of starving to death.

Oregon Umatilla River wolf pack pups -August 2012

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Oregon Wenaha wolf pack pups, May 2012

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Video: Courtesy ODFW

Photo: Courtesy ODFW

Posted in: gray wolves,  biodiversity

Tags: Snake Mountain wolf pack, pups howl to pack, wolves strong  bonds, Oregon wolves, Oregon Umatilla River wolf pack, Wenaha wolf pack, WildEarth Guardians sues, Fox Mountain Alpha female removed from the wild

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