Month: April 2012

The WCC Is Planning For Pups!

April 27, 2012

For over a week now many Wolf Conservation Center supporters have been spying on our four breeding pairs via our new WildEarth.TV webcams. We’ve watched a red wolf family frolic in the spring breeze, heard several howling sessions, and have seen several bellies swell to remarkable sizes! All four females are displaying maternal behavior so…

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Happy Birthday Alawa and Zephyr!

April 20, 2012

Join us on Wednesday April 25th, from 6 – 9 p.m. for a Very Special Wolf Pup Wednesday. We’re Celebrating Zephyr and Alawa’s FIRST BIRTHDAY! Local “Celebrity Bartenders” will be pouring drinks to benefit the WCC at Le Chateau Restaurant: Long-time friends of the WCC – Country Farmer’s Laura Hollister, Sally de Vengoechea of ASAP,…

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Bare Bellies Abound!

April 19, 2012

Our two potential Mexican Wolf Mamas are showing signs that pups could be on the way! Both have pulled much of their belly hair out and F749’s nipples are swollen. Please help us keep an eye on them via our WildEarth.TV Webcams. If you see anything interesting, please let us know!

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Prepping for Pups? Webcams Will Let Us Watch!

April 13, 2012

Their new nursery? In late February when breeding season was in full tilt, things began to really heat up between Mexican wolves M805 and F837. The two lovebirds had never been given the opportunity to breed before so we were thrilled to see their relationship take a romantic turn. Today we are happy to share…

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Gas Could Be More Costly Than You Think

April 11, 2012

CRY WOLF: An Unethical Oil Story offers a glimpse into the world of scientists, journalists and internationally renowned wildlife and conservation experts who are all working to understand the implications Canada’s Tar Sands have on our politics, environment and, importantly, our future. Learn more: http://www.desmogblog.com/crywolf

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University Students Capstone Project Unfolds Beautifully on Film

April 10, 2012

Back in February, Atka and crew had the pleasure of presenting to the great community at University of Rhode Island (URI) and today one member of the institution is doing a presentation of her own! URI student Beck Alan produced this compelling and informational video that outlines the plight of wolves and the consequences of…

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The Mating Game: Couple Number Four!

April 7, 2012

Welcome back the Wolf Conservation Center’s: THE MATING GAME! So far we’ve introduced you to the three of our four breeding pairs so today we’ll be meeting our final wolf-couple “contestant.” Hopefully you’ll become even more familiar with all our couples by spying on them in real time on our soon-to-be launched WildEarth.TV webcams! Couple…

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The Mating Game: Couple Number Three!

April 6, 2012

Welcome back the Wolf Conservation Center’s: THE MATING GAME! So far we’ve introduced you to the two of our four breeding pairs.  Each pair was given the opportunity to breed last season so come this month or next we hope to celebrate some pups.  Today we’ll be meeting our next wolf-couple “contestants.”  Don’t forget that…

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The Mating Game: Couple Number Two!

April 5, 2012

Hey folks!  Welcome back the Wolf Conservation Center’s: THE MATING GAME! Yesterday we introduced you to the first of our  four breeding pairs, Mexican gray wolves M740 and F749. Each pair was given the opportunity to breed last season so come this month or next we hope to celebrate some pups.  Which couple will “win”…

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The Mating Game: Couple Number One!

April 4, 2012

Hey folks!  Welcome the Wolf Conservation Center’s THE MATING GAME! Now that wolf breeding season has come to a close, it’s time to wait and see which of our lucky four breeding pairs will be winners of game. The winning couples will be celebrating their pups come this month or next and global “audience” (that…

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