Category Archives: Wolf Facts

Wolves are a critical keystone species in a healthy ecosystem. A keystone species is often, but not always, a predator – like the wolf. Outnumbered greatly by their prey, predators can control the distribution, population, and behavior of large numbers of … Continue reading

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Today is the first day of spring! Although the official start to spring can be found on the calendar, subtle cues from Mother Nature are indicators too! Ambassador wolves Atka, Alawa, Nikai and Zephyr are telling us that spring has … Continue reading

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“Alpha male” connotes the man who at every moment demonstrates that he’s in total control in the home, and who away from home can become snarling and aggressive. Ecologist and author Carl Safina learns from wolves that this stereotype is … Continue reading

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