Month: January 2018

Keep Howling

January 15, 2018

Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter. ~Martin Luther King Jr.

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B.C. Govt. Seeks to Trap Unique Coastal Sea Wolves

January 14, 2018

During the Wolf Conservation Center’s 2017 summer adventure in British Columbia’s Great Bear Rainforest, WCC staff and supporters were treated to a wild melody from a coastal sea wolf. British Columbia’s coastal wolves live a unique existence. Hunting and beach-combing on the fringe between rainforest and ocean, they swim between islands and eat whatever the…

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His Howl Can Change The World…

January 13, 2018

Because it can change people.

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Study Questions Efficacy of Killing Wolves to Protect Livestock

January 11, 2018

Results show lethal management may make things worse. Lethal management of wolves following wolf attacks on livestock may have unintended consequences, a new study by researchers at the University of Wisconsin–Madison suggests. The study shows that government killing of wolves can increase the risk to nearby farms, providing further evidence for the ineffectiveness of the…

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When Wolf Mama’s “Me Time” Gets Interrupted by Needy Pups

January 8, 2018

Squeeze in and get cozy and fierce with critically endangered Mexican gray wolf Belle (F1226) and her daughters born May 2017. Things got a bit testy in the den the other night. Is Belle being a cranky mama? Perhaps; raising 6 kiddos is hard work and requires a lot of patience. Beyond her potential irritability,…

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WCC’s Endangered Wolves In the News Around the Globe

January 6, 2018

Thank you, Reuters, for featuring the Wolf Conservation Center’s critically endangered red wolves and Mexican gray wolves in its coverage of the January blizzard that hit the U.S. East Coast. You can check in on the WCC’s 30 wolves via LIVE webcams HERE.

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Winter is Welcome for Arctic Wolf Atka

January 5, 2018

How do wolves respond to sub-zero temperatures? They bask. Wild Arctic gray wolves (Canis lupus arctos) live primarily in the Arctic, the region located above 67° north latitude. These fascinating creatures are designed by the pressures of nature and are well adapted to survive on the icy landscape. Atka, like his wild counterparts, has two…

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Happiness is…

January 4, 2018
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Wolf Camp For Kids This Summer & Spring

January 2, 2018

It may be cold outside, but it’s time to start thinking about summer camp! Give the young animal lover in your family a chance to thrive among wolves all week long! The five-day program will include opportunities for your child to learn about nature and wildlife through woodland exploration, scavenger hunts, wilderness games, live animals,…

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New Year’s Resolution

January 1, 2018

New Year’s resolution? Growl less. Howl more. Unless growling is warranted…

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