Month: March 2015

Goodbye To Mexican Wolf Who Unknowingly Touched So Many

March 10, 2015

Dear WCC Friends, It is with a heavy heart that I share sad news about a special wolf. Mexican gray wolf F810, nicknamed “Scarlet” by her adoring fans, passed away today. Although F810 resided off-exhibit, the beautiful loba crept into our homes and hearts via webcam, opening the door to understanding the importance of her…

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John Jay Middle School Student Stands for B.C. Wolves

March 9, 2015

My name is Ashley.  I am a 7th grader who is passionately concerned about protecting our wildlife as our world can change forever if they are not protected and cared for in a proper way.  Not only does wildlife play a huge role on our ecological system, they are innocent creatures who do not have…

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Celebrating Women of the Wolf Conservation Center

March 8, 2015

It’s International Women’s Day! So today we put just a few of the Wolf Conservation Center’s powerful females in the spotlight. For our final post, we’ll let Ambassador Wolf Alawa speak in her own words. Enjoy!  #InternationalWomensDay

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Celebrating Women of the Wolf Conservation Center: Kaila

March 8, 2015

It’s International Women’s Day! So today we’ll be putting some of the Wolf Conservation Center’s powerful females in the spotlight. Kaila was the WCC’s first Ambassador wolf. She was born on May 2, 1995 and joined the WCC family as a young pup. She pioneered our education program and witnessed the organization flourish over one…

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March 8, 2015

It’s International Women’s Day! So today we’ll be putting some of the Wolf Conservation Center’s powerful females in the spotlight. Mexican gray wolf F613 was born on May 8, 1999 at the Rio Grande Zoo. She was transferred to a USFWS pre-release facility and there at the young age of three the loba welcomed her…

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Wild Time

March 8, 2015
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Leave Your Mark

March 7, 2015

Join red wolf M1803 and…  Leave your mark  On this World  To make it a better place.

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Rewilding the Northeast: Adirondack Explorer Talks Wolves

March 6, 2015

The wolf at our door Originally published by Adirondack Explorer  Monday, February 23, 2015  By Mike Lynch Wildlife advocates believe wolves could come back to the Adirondacks someday and want the state to facilitate their return. Standing in a snowy meadow in Wilmington, a wolf lifts its head and howls, breaking the near silence on a…

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Let the Good Times Scent Roll

March 3, 2015

Winter is a magical time for wolves. ‘Tis the season of romance and a time to romp in the snow! Enjoy watching Ambassador wolves Zephyr and Nikai as well as the Wolf Conservation Center’s critically endangered red wolves show off their “moves” with winter wolf flair! Although we would love to believe that these wolves…

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