Mexican gray wolf F810 leads a diverse group of singers: 1 Arctic gray wolf, 2 Canadian/Rocky Mountain gray wolves, 5 red wolves, and 13 fellow Mexican gray wolves. Enjoy this wild adventure for your ears!

Mexican gray wolf F810 is one of the fourteen critically endangered captive Mexican gray wolves that call the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, NY home. The Mexican gray wolf (Canis lupus baileyi) is the southernmost and most genetically distinct subspecies of the North American gray wolf.

From prehistoric to fairly recent times, the Mexican wolf, or lobo, ranged from central and northern Mexico to western Texas, southern New Mexico, and central Arizona.

Mexican gray wolves weigh 60 to 90 pounds. Pack size is generally smaller than that of their northern relatives – a direct reflection of their preference for smaller prey.

They will hunt elk, mule deer, whitetail deer, pronghorn, javelina, rabbits and other small animals. Litters average five to seven pups and are born in late April to early May. The breeding, or “alpha,” pair rear the pups with the assistance of the entire pack. (Source)


Responses to "Mexican Gray Wolf Conducts a Symphony (Video)"

  1. Anonymous says:

    Just love it fantastic

  2. dani says:

    love the funny face at 1:27

  3. Engela says:

    My Syberian Wolf Lita had such an amazing reaction to this clip!

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