Month: September 2011

Young Conservationists Creating A Brighter Future: Spotlight on Alyssa Grayson

September 7, 2011

Alyssa Grayson, photo: The Providence Journal / Kris Craig Our celebration of young conservationists continues today with a spotlight on a very special ten year old from Rhode Island (RI) whose passion is impressing those in her community and beyond. The WCC first crossed paths with Alyssa Grayson back in February of 2008 when Atka…

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Young Conservationists Creating A Brighter Future: Woodmere Middle School

September 6, 2011

Wolves, their recovery, and the status of this keystone predator in the United States continue to be hot topics in in our country.  With the wolf hunt season upon us, many wildlife advocates are left exhausted, angry, and discouraged. While some have lost hope, others are rolling up their sleeves ready to take on the…

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Labor Day?

September 5, 2011

Sometimes labor is overrated.

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Well Wishes From Alawa

September 3, 2011

Wishing everyone a peaceful weekend!

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Behind the Scenes at a WCC Wolf Capture

September 2, 2011

The WCC team met early on Wednesday to relocate a pack of critically endangered lobos in our secluded endangered species facility where we house wolves that are candidates for release. By morning’s end, Mexican wolves M804, M807 and F749 were successfully captured and National WolfWatcher Coalition‘s Dave Hornoff did a great job of capturing on…

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Atka’s Ready For His Tony!

September 1, 2011

‘An Evening of Fashion & Music’ – Neiman Marcus/Broadway Benefit On September 22, Broadway Stars will join Atka and Hélène Grimaud at Neiman Marcus, White Plains for “An Evening of Fashion & Music” to raise money for new pups, Alawa and Zephyr, and all the WCC wolves!  Join us for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres, a show…

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