I remember that one now. He's back here IIRC. We had a case a few years back where "Bob" was killing cattle. A Marine sniper fresh home from Iraq tried to kill him. Failed three times and gave up. So an agreement was reached. The whole pack was captured and brought back here. Bob's mate saw him get trapped and decided to move the den. The secondary den was seven miles away. In one night she moved seven pups. That's 91 miles in a single night. This was the first time an entire pack of Mexican wolves had been captured and brought to safe quarters. The pups born in captivity were later released and haven't been "bad". The ranchers know how to keep wolves away from their livestock, methods have been tested and proven. Keeping donkeys with the cows is one way.