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Month: September 2015

Endangered Mexican Gray Wolf Slated to Breed This Winter

September 8, 2015

It might still be September but Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) staff and volunteers have their minds on winter…  During the summer, the Species Survival Plan (SSP) management group for the Mexican gray wolf determined the program’s breeding pairs for the 2015-16 season. Wolves are “mono-estrus” — breeding only once a year during the winter months.…

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Happy Labor Day

September 7, 2015
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Do Mother Nature a Favor

September 6, 2015

Are you headed to the beach this weekend? Please do Mother Nature a favor and pick up at least one piece of garbage and dispose of it properly. Remember, marine debris begins and ends with us. Thank you! Learn more

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End Trapping Within the National Wildlife Refuge System

September 3, 2015

“Wild creatures, like men, must have a place to live. As civilization creates cities, builds highways, and drains marshes, it takes away, little by little, the land that is suitable for wildlife. And as their space for living dwindles, the wildlife populations themselves decline. Refuges resist this trend by saving some areas from encroachment, and…

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