The Wolf Conservation Center family just got a whole lot bigger! Sometime last night Mexican wolf F749 quietly had eight pups under a thicket. All five boys and three girls appear to be in good health so now it’s time to let the new parents do their jobs. M740 and F749 are a vital pair, they have the lowest inbreeding coefficient in the Mexican Wolf Species Survival Plan. These pups are not only adorable, they’re also great contributions to the recovery of their species.
Click here to see photo and video of the pups.
Then CLICK HERE to write a letter to USFWS Southwest Regional Director Benjamin Tuggle and Interior Secretary Ken Salazar and tell them about these pups that are essential to Mexican wolf recovery. Ask them to see to it that these pups are released into the wild as soon as they are old enough.
These pups have great genes!