Month: January 2012

Aerial Gunning Campaign Puts Idaho Wolves in Peril

January 30, 2012

On Sept of 2007 the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) made a trip with Atka to our nation’s capitol. Defenders of Wildlife invited the WCC to join Representative George Miller (CA)…

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Look Who’s Coming For Dinner

January 29, 2012

Red wolves F1397 and M1483 have some dinner guests who might just become the main course if they’re not careful. Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) WOLFCAM watchers are not only getting…

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Anchorwolf Atka?

January 27, 2012

Yesterday, Atka and crew appeared on ABC Channel 8’s “CT Style” to talk about wolves and the Atka’s great work as the Wolf Conservation Center’s Rock star Ambassador. The studio…

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Preparing for “The Grey”

January 25, 2012

Wolves, their recovery, and the status of the keystone predator are often hot topics on Capitol Hill and media outlets in the West. But in the past week, wolves have…

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Voyeurism 101

January 23, 2012

It’s an exciting time for wolves and the WCC — it’s the season of romance! Hormones are racing and hopefully several courtships have already begun. We’re keeping our eye on…

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Wolf Haven International Can Use a Helping Paw

January 22, 2012

While it’s been a great snowy weekend for the 25 wolves that call the Wolf Conservation Center home, the stormy weather did a real number on Wolf Haven International. Photo:…

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The Lovebirds are Feeling Frisky!

January 21, 2012

The Wolf Conservation Center’s exhibit red wolves M1483 and F1397 are having a frisky snow day! Wintertime is an exciting time for wolves and the WCC. January marks the beginning…

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National Park Service Opposes Predator Control Measures in Alaska!

January 19, 2012

Back in November, the Alaska Wildlife Alliance rallied their supporters to speak up for the Alaskan wolves of Kenai and thanks to the overwhelming number of comments submitted to the…

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Atka, have you been moonlighting?

January 17, 2012

Defenders and Wildlife recently shared a clip from the 2003 film “The Hunted” to demonstrate the agony snare wire can cause to wild animals. The wolf in the film has…

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National Geographic’s Crittercam Gives Us Atka’s Point Of View

January 14, 2012

Crittercam Collars (Photo: Josh Lewis) In November of 2011, National Geographic’s Kyler Abernathy visited the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) to test out some crittercam cameras and collars on some of…

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