Month: April 2015
Wolf Conservation Center Talks Coyotes on Fox 5 New York
“…this is an opportunity more than a problem to really embrace a wilder city.” New York NewsRead More
Although the most famous form of communication for wolves is the howl, wolves “talk” to one another in several ways. Watch Ambassador wolves Zephyr, Nikai and Alawa communicate in this…Read More
Budding Conservationist Continues to Inspire
Almost 200,000 concerned citizens from around the globe have signed Pacific Wild’s online petition opposing the British Columbia government’s scientifically unsound wolf slaughter. The government aims to inhumanely kill hundreds of…Read More
Wolf Conservation Center’s Earth Day Lobos Turn Seven
Seven 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…Read More
Ambassador Wolf Milestone: Happy Birthday Alawa and Zephyr!
Today we celebrate Alawa and Zephyr’s birthday! Hard to believe our rambunctious pups are entering their fabulous fours! An inspiration from their adorable start, the stunning siblings continue to thrive…Read More
Mapping Wolf Dispersal
For the second time this year, a canine that is believed to be a gray wolf has been found in Illinois. Sadly, the animals (both female) were found dead after…Read More
Happy Birthday, Mexican Gray Wolf M1133!
Birthdays abound! Wolves are mono-estrus, breeding only once a year during the winter months. So springtime is birthday season! Today we celebrate Mexican gray wolf M1133 (aka Rhett) and…Read More
A Special Wolf Pup Milestone – Happy First Birthday, Nikai!
Throw back your head and let out a long celebratory birthday howl for Nikai! Welcome to yearlinghood, kiddo! The Wolf Conservation Center‘s youngest Ambassador has been an inspiration from his…Read More
Open Minds and Rewilding Hearts at Coyote Awareness Day
No wild animal in our community inspires such a wide range of human emotions as the Eastern coyote. Feared, cursed and admired too, coyotes have become Westchester County’s most controversial…Read More
Wolf Conservation Center, Pacific Wild, and Budding Conservationist Discuss B.C. Wolves on Heroes For Wildlife
Almost 200,000 concerned citizens from around the globe have signed Pacific Wild’s online petition opposing the British Columbia government’s scientifically unsound wolf slaughter. The government is continuing to inhumanely kill…Read More