Month: May 2015

Celebrate Wolves with Atka at a Free Reception at Winston

May 11, 2015

  Feared and admired, cursed and revered, wolves are the stuff of legends and a symbol of America’s vanishing wilderness. Their reputation is larger than life; their role in the restoration of America’s wildlife heritage is bigger still. The passionate positive and negative responses that wolves inspire in people have left the issue of their…

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Happy Mother’s Day!

May 9, 2015

Wishing F749 (Bella), F613 (Mama), F628 (Mrs T), F1397 (Witch-hazel), F1563 (Salty) and all the mothers out there a wonderful Mother’s Day! Presently red wolf F1563 is the busiest mom at the Wolf Conservation Center. Join the awesome mom and her 8-day-old pups via live webcam!  

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Endangered Red Wolf Pups Born at the Wolf Conservation Center

May 3, 2015

   Mother’s Day came early for a critically endangered red wolf living at the Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) in Westchester county. Yesterday morning red wolf F1563 (a.k.a. Salty) gave birth to a litter of pups — each no larger than a potato.       WCC staff conducted the initial health check this morning and all…

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