Month: March 2023

Mexican Gray Wolf Babs Embarks On Exciting New Journey

March 27, 2023

Lobo Week is off to an incredible start at the WCC. Mexican gray wolf Babs, born at the WCC in 2018, recently took a momentous step in her journey toward…

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A Quick Note On Alawa

March 24, 2023

Dear Supporters, We would like to provide you with an important update regarding our beloved Ambassador wolf, Alawa. As some of you may have noticed, Alawa has been limping recently…

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Why Joe Rogan Is Wrong On Wolf Reintroduction

March 23, 2023

In recent years, Joe Rogan has become one of the most popular podcast hosts in the world, known for his wide-ranging conversations with guests from all walks of life. However,…

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Wild Wolf in New York Reinforces Need for Northeastern Protections

March 17, 2023

Usually, the WCC is one of your only opportunities to come across any wolves, wild or not, in the northeastern United States. The howl of the wolf has been silent…

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Mexican Wolves Breaking Through Despite Arbitrary Limits In New Mexico

March 13, 2023

Last week, Mexican gray wolves, aka Lobos, broke through an impressive threshold: sprinting past 200 wild wolves in New Mexico and Arizona. While we’re thrilled at this progress, and with…

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‘Legal’ Wolf Killing Continues To Plague Oregon

March 8, 2023

We’ve already spoken several times recently about Oregon’s Department of Fish and Wildlife’s outdated and unscientific practice of killing wolves to “prevent depredations.” ODFW kicked off the new year with…

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Latino Outdoors Visits The WCC For Special Event

March 6, 2023

On Sunday, January 29th the Wolf Conservation Center hosted a Wolves of North America program with the Connecticut chapter of Latino Outdoors. Latino Outdoors is a Latinx-led organization, that focuses on expanding and…

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Mexican Wolf Numbers Reach New Heights

March 2, 2023

Mexican wolves were reintroduced for the first time in 1998, after they spent 30 years completely wiped from existence in the wild. 4 years later, in 2002, the first wild-born…

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