• October 29, 2020

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El Paso Zoo mourning death of Mexican Gray Wolf

El Paso Zoo staff and employees are mourning the death of 14-year-old Mexican Gray Wolf, Zephyr, who had to be euthanized due to several age-related issues. Zookeepers and veterinary staff had been managing Zephyr’s health and determined that the prognosis for a good quality of life was poor, and humane euthanasia was the best course […]Read More

Mexican Grey Wolf joins Pack at El Paso Zoo

The El Paso Zoo celebrates National Wolf Awareness week by announcing that the zoo’s male wolf, Zephyr, and female wolves Ivy and Ash are now together as a pack and sharing two exhibit spaces at the zoo. A planned introduction process allowed Zephyr, who came to the El Paso Zoo in March, to join Ash […]Read More

Group Says Efforts to Save Mexican Wolf Fall Short

TUCSON, Ariz. – It has been 40 years since the Mexican gray wolf was listed as an endangered species, but conservationists are concerned about what they see as a serious lack of progress in reintroducing the animal into the wild. In 2015, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service counted only 97 lobos in the wild […]Read More

El Paso Zoo Welcomes new Mexican Wolf to Exhibit

Another long howl of the Mexican gray wolf can be heard at the El Paso Zoo as the Zoo welcomes, Zephyr, a 10-year-old Mexican wolf, to his new home. The Mexican gray wolf was one of the first animals on exhibit when the Zoo was founded in 1910. Mexican wolves hold a special place in the hearts […]Read More