New Billboard in New Mexico Promotes $105K Reward for Information About Illegal Mexican Gray Wolf Killing

May 1, 2024

Media contacts:Greta Anderson, Western Watersheds Project, 520-623-1878 greta@westernwatersheds.orgRegan Downey, Wolf Conservation Center, 914-763-2373 TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES, N.M.– Today, a new billboard was installed along Interstate 25 north of Truth…

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Breaking: B’Earth of new pups on Earth Day!

April 22, 2024

Earth Day? Try B’earth Day! Mexican gray wolf Trumpet is in labor right now with her fifth litter of pups! Tune in via live webcam. Much as her parents before…

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The Urgent Need for Advocacy in Montana’s Wolf Management

December 8, 2023

Wolves have long been a symbol of the wild, embodying freedom, strength, and the delicate balance of nature. However, in Montana, their future hangs in the balance. The state’s wolf…

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Wolf Pass Preview: Behind the Scenes in Wolf Conservation

October 25, 2023

Did you know we have a monthly subscriber option at the Wolf Conservation Center? Wolf Pass is a ticket to adventure and a community where you’re making a difference, every…

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Galveston’s Unique Canids Need Your Support as Development Project Progresses

October 23, 2023

The Galveston City Council is moving forward with a plan to develop 63 acres on the east end of the island where a large hotel and condos have been planned.…

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Howls of Gratitude: Praise for the Passionate Volunteers at the WCC

October 3, 2023

The Wolf Conservation Center’s volunteers have been busy, with 58 volunteers donating close to 4,000 hours of their time towards the WCC’s efforts so far this year! Our volunteers fill…

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In the Shadow of the Red Wolf: North Carolina’s Dance Between Conservation and Contention

September 20, 2023

In the aftermath of Red Wolf Week, we thought it might be useful to break down the current wins and contentious issues surrounding the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS)…

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Mexican Gray Wolf Recovery: A Comprehensive Update for Q2 2023

August 4, 2023

The Mexican Wolf Recovery Program is making significant strides towards the conservation and management of Mexican wolves in Arizona, New Mexico, and neighboring regions. With collaboration between various agencies, including…

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The Wolf Conservation Center Mourns Loss of Mexican gray wolf Rosa

July 21, 2023

Dear Friends, In what has been an all too common occurrence this summer with several of our aging wolves completing their life cycle, our community is saddened to share the…

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Wolf Conservation Center Voted Top Place to Visit with Children in Westchester County

July 13, 2023

Thanks to your support, the Wolf Conservation Center was chosen as Westchester County’s #1 Place to Take Kids! Guests to the WCC will now be able to see Silas, the…

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