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Endangered Wolf Center in Eureka names 'alpha' spokesman

Endangered Wolf Center in Eureka names 'alpha' spokesman



When it comes to being the new public face for the Endangered Wolf Center in Eureka, Apache is the strong/silent type, with great legs. Both pairs.

Apache, who will turn 15 next month, is the alpha spokesperson at the center as it kicks off its annual fundraising campaign.

"There are only 75 Mexican gray wolves remaining in the wild," said Regina Mossotti, the center's director of animal care and conservation. "And every Mexican gray wolf in the wild can trace its lineage back to the" center.


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