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Month: March 2015

Interdisciplinary Curriculum in Wolf Education to Promote Common Core Standards

March 30, 2015

Tracks to the Future Interdisciplinary – Service Learning Curriculum Using Wolf Education to Promote Common Core Standards Grades 3 – 8 If you’re an educator, please click HERE to view details about our July 2015 “Tracks to the Future” workshop for service credit on MyLearningPlan! As citizens of the 21st century, our nation and world…

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Celebrating the Mexican Wolf’s Return to The Wild

March 26, 2015

On March 29, 1998, 11 captive-reared Mexican gray wolves were released to the wild for the first time. Missing from the landscape for more than 30 years, the howl of the rarest and most unique subspecies of gray wolf was once again greeted by the mountains of the southwest. This month marks the 17th anniversary…

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Preserving and Protecting the Imperiled Mexican Gray Wolf

March 24, 2015

The Wolf Conservation Center participates in the Species Survival Plan (SSP) and Recovery Plan for the Mexican gray wolf (Canis lupis baileyi)  — North America’ most endangered gray wolf. Prior to the Mexican wolf’s return to the wild 17 years ago, the species was completely extinct in the wild. But under the aegis of the Endangered…

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Study Reveals What Mexican Gray Wolves Need to Survive

March 23, 2015

On March 29, 1998, 11 captive-reared Mexican gray wolves (Canis lupus baileyi) were released to the wild for the first time in the Blue Range Recovery Area of Arizona and New Mexico. Missing from the landscape for more than 30 years, the howl of the rarest and most unique subspecies of gray wolf was once…

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It’s LoboWeek – Honoring America’s Most Endangered Gray Wolf

March 23, 2015

The Wolf Conservation Center joins #LoboWeek, an annual effort that will harness the collective power of a WILD group of partners to educate people about the importance of wolves on the landscape of the southwest. On March 29, 1998, 11 captive-reared Mexican gray wolves were released to the wild for the first time in Arizona…

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Join An International Movement To Celebrate a Milestone in Wolf Recovery – ‪#‎LoboWeek‬ returns on March 23rd!

March 21, 2015

On March 29, 1998, 11 captive-reared Mexican gray wolves were released to the wild for the first time. Missing from the landscape for more than 30 years, the howl of the rarest and most unique subspecies of gray wolf, was once again greeted by the mountains of the southwest. This month marks the 17th anniversary…

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Happy Spring!

March 20, 2015
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Happy Saint Patrick’s Day

March 17, 2015
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Save the Red Wolf

March 13, 2015

Red wolves are among the world’s most endangered species; with just a few hundred animals in existence (and less than 100 in the wild), they are classified by the International Union for Conservation of Nature as “Critically Endangered.” Only one place on the planet are wild red wolf populations viable and secure – North Carolina.…

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Wolf Attacks More Myth Than Reality

March 12, 2015

 Alaska Representative Don Young recently suggested that we should let wolves “solve” the homeless problem in the country. In an interview with Discovery News, Wolf Conservation Center’s Maggie Howell helps to set the record straight. Read more – Wolf Attacks More Myth Than Reality.

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