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Wolf Conservation Center - Adoptions

Mexican Gray Wolf Lighthawk (M1564)

Mexican Gray Wolf Lighthawk (M1564)

Regular price $25.00
Regular price Sale price $25.00
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At first glance, LightHawk (M1564) seems like every other Mexican wolf residing in the Wolf Conservation Center’s Endangered Species facility: elusive, endangered, essential. But the shy male has experienced something only very few lobos have – the wild. Born around April 15th, 2015, LightHawk spent most of his young life roaming the vast terrain of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests as a member of the Hawks Nest Pack but his life as a wild lobo came to a devastating end when he was removed from the wild in the fall of 2016 for attacking livestock. The elusive male was then flown to the WCC in 2017 via a series of private flights (thanks to the organization Lighthawk) and introduced to a spacious enclosure, where he now resides with Trumpet. The pair enjoyed months of “newlywed bliss,” but their honeymoon stage came to a close on April 30, 2018, with the arrival of three pups - two males and one female! They've since welcomed more pups, a few of whom now live in the wild!

Friend ($25.00) – certificate of adoption, photo, wolf bio (Digital Only)
Sponsor ($55.00) – certificate of adoption, 8″x10″ photo, wolf bio & a stuffed toy
Guardian ($100.00) – certificate of adoption, 8″x10″ photo, wolf bio & a tote bag
Steward ($500.00) – certificate of adoption, 8″x10″ photo, wolf bio, a stuffed toy, tote bag & a hat

All adoption levels will also receive 1 year periodic email updates!

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