Posts by Maggie Howell
To Save Wildlife from a 100% Fatal Disease – Look to Wolves
Long before COVID-19 emerged, hunters and wildlife enthusiasts alike had been worried about an epidemic that threatens some of our most iconic wildlife species. We’re talking about chronic wasting disease (CWD) –…Read More
Amazing footage of wolf-bear interactions in Voyageurs National Park!
Wow! Amazing footage of wolf-bear interactions in Voyageurs National Park! Wolf pups are quite small when they’re born and their size, coupled with a lack of defense skills at that…Read More
Wolf Pack Mates Make Peace, Dogs Hold a Grudge
Wolves are highly social animals that live in structured family units called packs. A pack is simply a family, with parents at the lead (sometimes referred to as the breeding…Read More
Designed by the pressures of nature, wolves are well adapted to survive, and thrive, in a variety of landscapes. What qualities allow them to be top predators? ✔️Heightened hearing✔️Outstanding optics✔️Superb…Read More
Berry-eating, fish-hunting, beaver-ambushing wolves?
Free Webinar: The Secret Lives of Wolves in the Northwoods It’s true! Join the Wolf Conservation Center for a free webinar with Tom Gable, project lead for the Voyageurs Wolf…Read More
Potbellied Wolf Pup Fights the Zzzz.
Your moment of critically endangered cuteness! This adorable one-month-old Mexican gray wolf pup (born on April 26, 2019) represents the Wolf Conservation Center’s active participation in the effort to save…Read More
Twentieth Anniversary Gala: Strong, Wild, and Incredibly Successful!
You did it! Howls of thanks to the Wolf Conservation Center supporters who attended our fundraiser to celebrate the Center’s 20th anniversary and to honor the President of our Board…Read More
Celebrating 20 Years
All donations received June 3 – June 5th will be matched! On our 20th Anniversary Year, this season alone has been an important milestone for all of us with the…Read More
Today on Memorial Day, we remember, thank, and honor all of the men, women, and military working dogs who lost their lives in service to our country.Read More