Endangered Wolf Pups Are All Ears

These critically endangered Mexican gray wolf pups represent the Wolf Conservation Center’s active participation in an effort to save a species on the brink of extinction. The Mexican gray wolf or “lobo” is the most genetically distinct lineage of wolves in the Western Hemisphere, and one of the most endangered mammals in North America. By the mid-1980s, hunting, trapping, and poisoning caused the extinction of lobos in the wild, with only a handful remaining in captivity. In 1998 the wolves were reintroduced into the wild as part of a federal reintroduction program under the Endangered Species Act.

For more information about wolves and the WCC’s participation in wolf recovery, please visit our website at www.nywolf.org.

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Brave Squirrel vs Goshawk

Dieses Eichhornchen wollte es anscheinend wissen…Habichte sind durchaus in der Lage ein Eichhornchen zu schlagen…aber hier waren die Rauber schlicht uberwaltigt…der Terzel flog davon, als das Eichhornchen “angriff”…leider im Video nicht zu sehen…+die anderen Szenen stammen vom selben Tag und ich hab sie einfach mal mit reingepackt.

This squirrel does not seem to fear the deadly claws.

Camera I used:

Channel: Naturfilm Stephan Ottow
Published: 2016-04-09 15:37:18
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these bucks are too tame

tame bucks
Channel: Paulywog35
Published: 2011-02-02 05:37:09
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With Six Red Wolf Pups – It Takes Two

Bringing up kids is tough work for most parents and for critically endangered red wolf parents F1563 (a.k.a. Salty) and M1803 (Moose), it takes two. Watch them pass the baton when it comes to caring for their 6 one-month-old pups. Yup. 6 one-month-olds…

Follow the pups’ progress via webcams at http://nywolf.org/wolf-cam/ If you see something cool, let us know!

For more information about wolves and the Wolf Conservation Center’s participation in wolf recovery, please visit the WCC website at www.nywolf.org. You can follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/nywolforg), and twitter (https://twitter.com/nywolforg), and Instagram too (https://instagram.com/wolfconservationcenter)

Channel: nywolforg
Published: 2015-06-04 01:53:01
Duration: 4M17S
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