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On April 20, 2008, the Wolf Conservation Center family got a whole lot bigger! Mexican gray wolf F613 quietly had six pups in her den on Earth day. These pups were not only adorable, they’re also a contribution to the … Continue reading
Early yesterday morning, a small team of Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) staff and volunteers ventured to the WCC’s endangered species facility on an important mission: to catch a wolf. It was the first step to help preserve an endangered species. … Continue reading
This week we’ll be taking an unusual step in our mission to preserve the endangered Mexican gray wolf – a spaying! In order to maintain genetic diversity within the Mexican gray wolf population, older captive females are often spayed. By … Continue reading
Early Tuesday morning, Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) staff and volunteers began the second of several “health exam capture days” scheduled this month. We gathered equipped with all the tools necessary to best prepare our team to meet the challenge of … Continue reading
Wishing F749, F613, F628, F1397 and all the mothers out there a wonderful Mother’s Day!
Autumn is a magical time at the Wolf Conservation Center. Colorful leaves are dancing in the breeze, cider is brewing in our cozy classroom cabin, and critically endangered wolves are shaking in their boots dreading the day humans set foot … Continue reading
At first it appears that Mexican gray wolf F613 and her six three-year-olds are ready for a closeup but perhaps they’ve had enough with “big Brother!” This family is very elusive living of exhibit in Wolf Conservation Center’s Endangered Species … Continue reading
Mexican Gray wolf F613 with her young pup in 2007 Wishing F613, F628, F1397 and all the mothers out there a wonderful Mother’s Day!