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Rogue

Rogue

I am…bold, inquisitive, and a symbol of hope for a lineage nearly lost. I just may be its lucky charm. I am Rogue Rogue was born at the Endangered Wolf Center on May 20, 2013. She is our “lucky 13,” also being the 1,300th Mexican wolf born into the recovery program since it was initiated in 1982 – a remarkable feat for a species that once had a breeding population of just seven individuals. Rogue’s parents, Madre and Perkins, are descended from what is known as the McBride lineage, believed to be the last wild Mexican wolves, which were captured and brought into managed breeding efforts in...

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Sibi

Sibi

I am…a mother, and a survivor. I’ve been shot. I’ve been down. But like my species, don’t count me out. I am Sibi Sibi is a name that means fire in a language native to parts of Mexico. Beneath her beautiful, red-buff coat, Sibi hides scars from a tragic story no one knew of when she first arrived at the Endangered Wolf Center from a preserve in Mexico. That was until one day, when she started limping. X-rays found foreign particles in her wrist and all over her body. Sibi had been shot. The particles turned out to be buck shot, concentrated in two areas around her face and rear. While the...

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Havoc

Havoc

I am…mischievous, intelligent and eager to learn more. I have a big personality and know how to steal the show. I am Havoc When you walk through the world with a name like Havoc, interesting things are bound to follow. For this swift fox fellow, he’s not one to live up to his name in a destructive way, though he does like to stir up some fun. Havoc was born on May 11, 2012 in the first litter of swift fox kits to be born here at the Endangered Wolf Center in over 10 years. The swift fox release program had officially come to an end shortly before his birth thanks to the species’ steady...

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Nina

Nina

I am…a bit shy, but my curiosity helps me push past that. I am from a kind known by few people. I am Nina Nina is a maned wolf who was born in the fall of 2009 at the Alexandria Zoo in Louisiana. She came to the Endangered Wolf Center the following summer as part of the Species Survival Plan. Nina has a very distinct, shy and curious personality. But it’s fun to watch her come out of her shell when large groups come by, bravely heading down to the fence to check out what is going on. She is very food motivated, which causes her to roar-bark if she feels she has to wait too long for her...

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