Mexican Gray Wolf
[Canis lupus baileyi]
Smallest of the Gray Wolf subspecies, Mexican Gray Wolves are 54 to 66 inches in length from snout to tail, and their weight is 50 to 90 pounds (22 to 40 kg). Their coat is a varied mixture of tan, red, white, and black fur. They are generally light in color on their lower muzzle, chest, and underbelly, while their head, shoulders and back are darker in color.
Location: Wolf Wilderness
The range of the Mexican Gray Wolf was originally in Mexico and the Southwestern United States, but now they are only allowed to inhabit the Blue Range Wolf Recovery Area in east-central Arizona and west-central New Mexico.
The Mexican Gray Wolf inhabits woods, scrub, and grassland.
1-11 (average is 6)
Primarily elk, also deer, rabbit and other small mammals
Mazuri Exotic Canine diet, rabbits, horsemeat, chicken