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Month: April 2014

Wolf Conservation Center Teaming (up) With Wildlife

April 29, 2014

 As a member of the Teaming with Wildlife coalition, members of the Wolf Conservation Center‘s Awareness and Action Committee will be attending the New York State Wildlife Action Plan Advisory Committee Meeting tomorrow in Delmar, New York. New York’s current state wildlife action plan provides a framework for conserving and managing 537 species of greatest conservation need…

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Arizona Game and Fish Endorses Plan to Ramp Up Killing of Endangered Wolves

April 25, 2014

Center for Biological Diversity • Endangered Wolf Center • Grand Canyon Wildlands Council • Sierra Club – Grand Canyon Chapter • Sierra Club – Rio Grande Chapter • White Mountain Conservation League • Wolf Conservation Center Arizona Game and Fish Endorses Plan to Ramp Up Killing of Endangered Wolves April 25, 2014 – PHOENIX — The…

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Wolf Conservation Center’s Earth Day Lobos Turn Six

April 22, 2014

Six years ago today, the Wolf Conservation Center family grew. During the early morning hours on April 22, 2008, Mexican gray wolf F613 quietly had six pups in her den and created a new holiday- “B’Earth Day.” The six newborn pups (three girls and three boys) were not only adorable, they were and still remain…

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Howl Happy Birthday with Zephyr and Alawa

April 20, 2014

 Today we celebrate one of the most important holidays on the calendar. That’s right, it’s Alawa and Zephyr’s birthday! Hard to believe our rambunctious pups are entering their terrific threes! An inspiration from their adorable start, the stunning siblings continue to thrive in their “Ambassador” roles. They open the door to understanding the importance of…

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Happy Easter

April 20, 2014

With no time to organize a proper egg hunt, we put our best volunteer to work providing a holiday treat for Alawa and Zephyr. We hope you enjoy the results as much as they do! Maybe next year we’ll let them decorate their treats…

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Red Wolf Pups Get the Call of the Wild

April 18, 2014

Two female red wolf pups born on April 8th at Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge’s Sewee Visitor and Environmental Education Center are en route to North Carolina’s Alligator River National Wildlife Refuge where they’ll grow up as wild wolves! The Red Wolf Recovery Plan employs a pup fostering program to introduce captive red wolves into…

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Managing Wolves by the Numbers

April 18, 2014

Under the endangered species regulations governing gray wolf recovery, states must monitor wolf numbers and file annual status reports on wolf populations and packs on an annual basis. Federal authorities review the reports to ensure wolves are being properly managed above minimum standards to avoid relisting wolves as an endangered species. Evidence across the country,…

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Happy Birthday, Mexican Gray Wolf M1133!

April 13, 2014

 Birthdays abound! Wolves are mono-estrus, breeding only once a year during the winter months. So springtime is birthday season! Today we celebrate the newest member to join the Wolf Conservation Center family – Mexican gray wolf M1133! We also want to honor F749 today. As M1133’s mother, she deserves to be celebrated too! M1133 was…

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Wolf Conservation Center Celebrates Mexican Wolf M904

April 12, 2014

 Birthdays are abound! It’s pup season for wolves, so over the next few weeks we’ll be celebrating a number of wolves on their special day! Today we celebrate Mexican gray wolf M904. Sadly we don’t know the exact birthday for this handsome lobo because he was born in his rightful place in the wild. M904…

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Teaming With Wildlife – A Natural Investment for the Wolf Conservation Center

April 11, 2014

Today, the Wolf Conservation Center is proud to announce that it has joined the New York Coalition of Teaming with Wildlife (TWW). The TWW Coalition, 6415 members strong nationwide, includes state fish & wildlife agencies, wildlife biologists, hunters, anglers, non-consumptive users, birdwatchers, hikers, nature-based businesses and other conservationists who support the goal of restoring and conserving our…

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