By Peter de Jesus | Nov 11, 2015
With the release of the M1133 before the early-season breeding activities start, hopes are high that the new male wolf would be able to pair with the alpha female of the group, which was observed to not have paired with another male wolf since her pair's death in 2012, according to Pets Weekly.
Currently, the Bluestem pack consists of four collared wolves, including the alpha female and three pups that were born in 2012. The pack also has at least three uncollared wolves, which are alleged to be from previous litters.
As of writing, M1133 is reportedly adapting very well to the wild. Tracing him through his radio collar, field teams and biologists have been able to closely monitor the activities of the young wolf. So far, things seem to be going just fine.