Month: November 2016

Urgent – Protection for Endangered Wolves Will Be Decided By Politicians in Washington, D.C.

November 15, 2016

Call the White House to Protect Endangered Species In order to fund the federal government, Congress must finalize a spending deal. Unfortunately, dozens of anti-environmental riders are embedded in the must-pass spending legislation, including some that eliminate Endangered Species Act (ESA) protections ALL gray wolves nationwide – including critically endangered Mexican gray wolves. Stand up…

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Standing Strong For the Wild

November 14, 2016

Dear wolf supporter, The U.S. election is over and results have set the course for the next Congress and administration. Our nation and world are at a crossroads when it comes to ensuring the future sustainability of our air, water, wild lands, and wildlife for future generations. And as the transition to a new administration…

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A Wild Salute to Our Veterans

November 11, 2016

As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them.  ~ John Fitzgerald Kennedy 

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Wolf Conservation Center Welcomes New Mexican Wolf to the Pack!

November 10, 2016

The Wolf Conservation Center family just got a little bigger! Meet Mexican gray wolf F1435, a.k.a. “Magdalena.” The beautiful yearling arrived at the WCC last night, safe and sound at after a seamless day of travel from the Brookfield Zoo. She’s currently settling in adjacent to Mexican wolf M1198 (a.k.a. Alléno) to allow the pair…

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Wolf Conservation Center Founder Hélène Grimaud on Music, Wolves, and “Musical Glue”

November 8, 2016

(Hélène discusses the wolves and the Wolf Conservation Center beginning at 18:30 mark) “Nature is the ultimate muse.”

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Election Day

November 8, 2016

Wolves don’t have a voice on election day. But you do. As citizens of the 21st century, our nation and world are at a crossroads when it comes to ensuring the future sustainability of our air, water, wild lands and wildlife for future generations. Ultimately, our nation’s future relies on its citizens to be wise…

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Conservation-Minded Kiddo Launches Campaign for the Wolf Conservation Center

November 4, 2016

By giving endangered species a voice via her artwork, 10-yr-old Bria of Faces Of The Endangered is making a difference one painting at a time. By means of her passion and creativity, the pint-sized wildlife artist and advocate is raising awareness and support for the Wolf Conservation Center! Now through November 29th, 75% of all…

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