Month: October 2009

Happy Halloween!

October 30, 2009

Hope you all have a spooky and fun Halloween with treat bags full of delicious bones! Or candy if you prefer that sort of thing.

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Red Wolf M1483 Arrives at the Wolf Conservation Center!

October 28, 2009

WCC’s curator, Rebecca Bose, opens the gate with Animal Embassy’s Chris EversOctober 28, 2009 – Still groggy from a “red eye” flight, red wolf M1483 was released into his new…

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Tracking science: Biologist’s findings show forest diversity, health influenced by wolves

October 27, 2009

The consequences of an elk population without a top predator include a decline of the deciduous trees elk eat and a decline in many animals including songbirds. These consequences indicate…

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Big News: We’re Moving!

October 22, 2009

We have big news that was announced in our local press today, and we wanted to make sure to share it with you! The Wolf Conservation Center has received an…

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Mexican Gray Wolf M740 Arrives!

October 15, 2009

WCC’s curator and co-founder, Rebecca Bose and Hélène Grimaud open the gates!The 7 year old male Mexican gray wolf, M740, arrived yesterday afternoon from the Brookfield Zoo in Chicago. He…

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It’s National Wolf Awareness Week!

October 14, 2009

While it’s a time to celebrate wolves, it’s also an opportunity to encourage conservation efforts for all wild species. The celebration continues this weekend with another unique program on October…

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Some Sad News from Yellowstone

October 9, 2009

Montana’s backcountry wolf hunt is in progress in the remote Absaroka-Beartooth Wilderness along the northern border of Yellowstone National Park. The hunt began on September 15th and 9 wolves have…

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A Worthwhile Weekend

October 7, 2009

At the Wolf Conservation Center, we think it’s important to try to do something every day to help make the world around you a better place. Well, here’s a great…

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Decline in big predators wreaking havoc on ecosystems, OSU researchers say

October 4, 2009

Studies find that the range of all the largest terrestrial predators in North America — including wolves, cougars and bears — has declined in the past 200 years. The decline…

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Doug Smith: Yellowstone Wolves Distinct

October 2, 2009

Leader for the Yellowstone Gray Wolf Restoration Project, Doug Smith, reveals how wolves of Yellowstone National Park differ from those of packs in Canada and Alaska. The reason is lack…

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