Our collection of webcams allow an unlimited number of viewers to enter the private lives of our "Ambassador" wolves Alawa, Zephyr and Nikai, and seven elusive packs of critically endangered wolves via unobtrusive cameras in and around anticipated den sites.
Enjoy and please let us know if you see anything interesting!
Curious about wolf behavior? Complete an ethogram while watching the webcams!
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Ambassador Wolves - Alawa, Zephyr, & Nikai
View our three Ambassador wolves who help open the door to understanding what wolves really are. Alawa, Zephyr, and Nikai inspire our guests onsite and thousands more around the world.
Red Wolves - Charlotte, Jack & Family
View critically endangered red wolves Charlotte (F2121) and Jack (M1606) and their 2 children: Ben (M2235) and Deven (M2236).
Red Wolves - Veronica, Sam & Family
View critically endangered red wolves Veronica (F1858), her mate Sam (M1784), and their family Notch (M2206), Tom (M2208), Max (M2240), Shane (M2239), Hunter (M2241), Rich (M2238), Martha (F2242) and Skyrae (F2243).
Mexican Gray Wolves - Valentia & Diego
Visit with endangered Mexican wolves Valentia (F1538) & Diego (M1059)
Mexican Gray Wolves - Trumpet, Lighthawk & Family
Watch endangered Mexican gray wolves Trumpet (F1505) and Lighthawk (M1564) and their six children: Kral (M1742), Joe Darling (M1743), Babs (F1744), George (m1970), Nicholas (m1971), and Mosby (m1972)
Mexican Gray Wolves - Rosa, Alléno & Family
View endangered Mexican wolves Rosa (F1143) & Alléno (M1198) and some of their kids born in 2018. Keep an eye out for Diane (F1752), Hélène (F1753), and Bria (F1754).