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Month: December 2011

A Special New Year’s Message From Amabassador Wolf Atka

December 31, 2011
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Fur Coat Fashion Show Done Right

December 30, 2011
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Wandering Wolf OR-7 Reaches California

December 30, 2011

WCC Ambassador Wolf Alawa Wandering Wolf OR-7 is California dreamin’ on this winter’s day! On Wednesday, the 2-yr-old male crossed into the “Golden State” making him the first confirmed wild wolf in California since 1924! It’s been an epic journey for this lone wolf, he’s wandered more than 300 miles from his original home in…

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Update on Red Wolf M1394

December 29, 2011

Red Wolf M1394 strikes a pose It’s been just over a week since red wolf M1394 joined the Wolf Conservation Center family and so far he’s settling in nicely. Although he has yet to be formally introduced to his future companion, red wolf F1291, the two seem to be quite comfortable with one another while…

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A “Wolfy” Mistletoe Surprise

December 28, 2011

Zephyr and Alawa, The Wolf Conservation Center’s eight-month-old Ambassador wolf pups, have been having a blast during their first winter holiday season! Last week we shared a video of Zephyr opening up one of his many holiday gifts and it’s always a treat for WCC visitors to witness the wolves making new discoveries. Watch closely…

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Happy Howlidays from the Wolf Conservation Center!

December 27, 2011
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Beautiful Alawa Greets the Morning Sun

December 23, 2011
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Zephyr vs. Wrapped Present

December 22, 2011

Last weekend, Wolf conservation Center guests watched as Ambassador wolf pup Zephyr was treated to his first holiday gift of the season. Zephyr is no stranger to gifts, but one wrapped in ornate paper was something he has yet to behold. The 8-month-old had trouble determining if this was a treat or a threat. Check…

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Defenders of Wildlife Speaks Up For Idaho Wolves

December 21, 2011

Defenders of Wildlife is asking supporters to speak up for Idaho wolves. Wildlife Services is beginning its aerial gunning campaign to kill up to 75 wolves in the Lolo area near the Clearwater National Forest in Idaho. Defenders reports the stated reason for the wolf-killing plan is to artificially boost the elk population. Wolves are…

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WCC Crew Off To Pick Up New Mate for Red Wolf F1291

December 20, 2011

Red wolf F1291 A few months ago during the Red Wolf Species Survival Plan (RWSSP) annual meeting, the red wolf management group did some match making with the help of software developed for red wolf population management and soon we’ll find out if a computer can double as cupid. A small team from the Wolf…

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