Month: November 2008
Route 22, Where the Buffalo Roam…
Since joining the Wolf Conservation Center as a volunteer, I’ve been lucky to see and do a lot of things I never thought I’d experience. Today, driving down Route 22…Read More
We want to wish a very happy holiday to all our friends, including visitors to the Center or one of our off-site programs; all those who have donated time, energy…Read More
We received some good news from the US Fish and Wildlife Service last week. F836 and M1039 (now referred to as the Moonshine Pack) have chewed their way out of…Read More
Close Encounters of the Weird Kind
We’re constantly trying to make sure that our ambassador wolves have interesting experiences. Their enclosures are spacious and have natural varied terrain, but we also try to provide them with…Read More
Into the Wild…
F836 (photo by Mike Clough) The Wolf Conservation Center is pleased to announce that F836, a five-year-old female Mexican Gray Wolf who lived at the Center for several…Read More
On Friday November 14th Atka visited the Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk, CT as part of the Aquarium’s efforts to educate visitors about endangered species. Atka hung out in a spacious…Read More
Help Protect the Wolves!
Wolves in the Northern Rockies are once more in danger of losing the protection of the Endangered Species Act. After delisting the wolves and then being forced to relist them…Read More
The Wolf Conservation Center Goes, uh, Chimp!
There are few people whose names transcend their chosen fields. Yesterday, the Wolf Conservation Center was lucky to meet one of those people, Jane Goodall, world famous primatologist and environmentalist,…Read More
Snowy Owl in Norwalk!
Atka is appearing at the Maritime Aquarium in Norwalk several times this month. During his first visit last week we received word that there was a Snowy Owl at nearby…Read More
Greetings! Welcome to the blog of the Wolf Conservation Center in South Salem, New York (www.nywolf.org). We plan to update the blog as often as possible with stories about our…Read More