Welcome to WolfWatch - a real-time look into the world of the Mexican gray wolves living right here at Binder Park Zoo! These intelligent, socially complex carnivores are the most endangered wolf subspecies in the world. We have a long history of conservation work with Mexican wolves at the zoo dating back to 1992 when we received our first pair. Our current pack is a family of three; male Flynn, his mate Izzy and their daughter Luchadora. The trio made the move to their new habitat, the Dr. Edward Drew & Dr. Pamela-Buitendorp-Drew Wolf Den last spring – a space second in size only to the savanna exhibit in Wild Africa with an abundance of both open and secluded areas to encourage natural wolf behaviors. Tune in often to see what the pack is up to!
Learn more about Mexican wolves at Southwest Region (fws.gov) and Mexican Gray Wolf - Binder Park Zoo