Wolf is a big, boisterous female and is as voracious as her name suggests, always being first in line at food time.
She was the only fertile second-egg harvested in the 2018 season, despite the monitoring teams having investigated 19 possible nests. The breeding programme was initiated to try and harvest only the second-laid egg that hatches about six days after the first chick. Being so much smaller, the second chick is out-competed and killed by the first and so the harvest of this egg makes no difference to the productivity of the wild pair.
Wolf is full biological sister to Mwezi having come from the same wild nest, just with two years apart. Interestingly they have very similar personalities too. Nature over nurture….we wonder?