Promoting wolf conservation since 1999

Did You Know?

Wolves are crepuscular, meaning they are most active at dawn and dusk, as opposed to nocturnal (most active at night) or diurnal (most active during the day).

Movie Night - The Rise of Black Wolf

DATE:  October 21, 2011
TIME:  6:30PM

The Wolf Conservation Center (WCC) is pleased to present “The Rise of Black Wolf” by Emmy award-winning wildlife cinematographer and friend of the WCC Bob Landis! He has produced many films for programs such as National Geographic and Nature.

Guests will enjoy a screening of Landis’ latest film under the stars alongside the WCC own black wolf, Ambassador wolf Zephyr, and his sister Alawa too! Bleacher seating will be available but we recommend guests to bring beach/camping chairs of their own for more a comfortable experience. Following the one hour film, guests will have the opportunity to visit Atka as well as the WCC’s critically endangered red wolves and Mexican gray wolves. Each guest will receive an official 2011 Wolf Awareness Week poster! Please bring flashlights. Pre-registration is required.   CLICK HERE to register.

FEE:  $16 - Adults / $13 - Children (under 12)

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