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Meet Our Newest Residents!

Here’s a little video highlighting our latest SSP arrivals. Some portions are taken from another video, but others are new. Music is “The Passenger” by Iggy Pop, who has no relationship with the WCC or this video. It should already be in your collection, but if not, it’s available on itunes.

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3 Responses to Meet Our Newest Residents!

  1. Gaël 's vote says:

    Super Génial !!

    Bonjour depuis la France ,

    Your blog is very interesting and most of all readers of other countries can find its translation by taping this adress on google, nevertheless on this message there is no name about the structure, the Director of the wolf conservation center or the legal constitution of its representatives, you could sign your name at the end of the letter for instance, it's only a suggestion to discuss together, like in a country where a President is elected -
    except that thing it's a pleasure for me to receive news from your studies , have you got news from Brutus ? are you interested also in Research by Jean Louis Etienne
    cordialement ,
    Gaël Jérôme MIRAMONT – again sorry !
    Joyeux Noël Helene et Merry Christmas Everybody !

  2. Diane Bentivegna says:

    Congratulations on the newest arrivals! My class and I are keeping current with WCC news via your blog. My students are thrilled to hear this news and remain in awe of the work you are doing on behalf of these fine creatures of the wild! We are, indeed, keeping our collective fingers crossed…

    Wishing you the very best,
    Diane Bentivegna and Class 8A
    December 11, 2009 9:01 PM

  3. Michael says:

    Thank you for the compilation of the videos. It was very interesting to see the different behavior patterns of the wolves.

    Wish you a merry Chanukah or pre-Christmas period.

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