Month: March 2009
Ready to Howl?
Now that the weather is finally warming up, the Wolf Conservation Center will again host Friday and Saturday evening howls. You’ll get a chance to learn about wolves, observe our…Read More
A Visit From The Vets
People often ask us how we monitor the health of our wolves. Needless to say, the well-being of our wolves is the top priority of the Wolf Conservation Center, so…Read More
Peter and a Real Wolf
Just thought I’d fill you in on a(nother) pretty good day at the Wolf Conservation Center. Today we were lucky enough to do a special program at the NewYork-Presbyterian Morgan…Read More
A Visit to the Vet
If you have a pet, you know how difficult it can be to bring him/her to the veterinarian. Well, to paraphrase Einstein: “Do not worry about your difficulties in bringing…Read More
How you can speak up for wolves
Last week Interior Secretary Ken Salazar announced the federal government’s decision to eliminate Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections for wolves in the northern Rocky mountain states of Idaho and Montana,…Read More
Who Needs Photos?
After our recent visit to the American Museum of Natural History, one of the audience members gave us this drawing of the presentation. So big thanks to Santiago, age 8,…Read More
Secretary Ken Salazar Approves Removing Gray Wolves From Endangered Species List
The Obama administration upheld a Bush decision to take wolves off of the Endangered Species List in the Northern Rockies and the Great Lakes region. To read more from the…Read More
Who Says There’s No Such Thing As A Free Lunch?
I love this story because it combines several aspects of the Wolf Conservation Center’s mission. We always make it a point to tell people that they can do something every…Read More