Month: June 2011
Wolf Pup’s First Hunt
Zephyr analyzing his prey patiently before the pounce. The poor ant never had a chance…Read More
Only 14 Wolves Remain in Oregon
10-week-old Zephyr speaking up Last year we were thrilled to hear news about some special wolves that had quietly claimed new territory as their own. We celebrated the pioneering…Read More
Lass in the Grass
Alawa enjoying the summer morningRead More
Passions Ignite as Idaho and Montana Prepare for Wolf Hunts
A national debate continues over the controversial wolf hunts set to begin this fall in Idaho and Montana. Montana alone is proposing a quota of 220 wolves, the highest proposed…Read More
I’ve Gotta Beef: Public Lands Ranching Isn’t Best for the Environment or Economy
Mexican gray wolf F837 The US Department of the Interior released a report this month with data reflecting that recreational use of public lands creates more jobs and more money…Read More
Not Creative but Definitely Cute!
Eleanor and “Atka” The Wolf Conservation Center’s newest family members, nine-week-old Alawa and Zephyr, aren’t the only “pups” in the WCC family. A “pup” of a different species also claims…Read More
Wolf Pup Development 101 – Nine Weeks
The Wolf Conservation Center’s Ambassador wolf pups are growing like weeds! On June 20th, Alawa and Zephyr turned 9 weeks old. At this age, wild pups are have emerged from…Read More
Captive Born Red Wolf Pups Get the Call of the Wild!
Photo: Miller Park Zoo Great news for the Red Wolf Recovery Program! Earlier this spring, the great folks from Lighthawk flew two newborn red wolf pups from the Miller Park…Read More
Red Wolf Ratsicles!
Good news for red wolves! Yesterday the Red Wolf Coalition announced that they will be receiving funds for an enclosure project to expand education and outreach in the state that…Read More
A Very Special Anniversary
Naturally we ran something related to Father’s Day yesterday, but the day also marked a special anniversary for us. Here’s a little blast from the past to explain… If you…Read More