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Revision to the nonessential experimental population of the Mexican gray wolf
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service proposes a new revisions to the existing nonessential experimental population designation of the Mexican gray wolf (Canis lupus baileyi). The deadline for comments on their evaluation September 23rd.
As offspring begin to mature, they usually disperse from the pack as young as 9 months of age. Most disperse when 1-2 years old, and few remain beyond 3 years. They typically wander off as far as possible from their parent’s pack, which is like an instinct to keep the gene pool healthy.
When they disperse from the pack, they are a ‘lone wolf’ for a while, until they have find a mate to start their own family with. Although it is not common, a wolf sometimes joins another already existing pack.
Also, some yearlings stay in their parents’ pack, even when their parents have new litter.