Celebrating Timber and Scarlette

Timber and Bicho practice their karate. Photo by Monty Sloan

We’re celebrating milestones at Wolf Park this week as we celebrate the ‘adoption’ dates of two of our residents. Two years ago this week, Timber came to live with us. Three years ago, Scarlette was our early Christmas present.

Scarlette in repose. Photo by Kimber Hendrix

Wolf Park is not a rescue and we typically don’t bring in adult animals, but Scarlette and Timber were special cases. Scarlette was brought to our attention just as we were looking for new red foxes to join Wolf Park’s animal residents. Raised around humans and dogs, she was a extremely well socialized, and completely unfit for life in the wild. The rescue she was living at needed to find her a forever home and we were a perfect fit. Scarlette arrived ready and willing to love all humans, make friends with the wolves… and with no idea how to be a fox. We laugh now about the way she poked her first whole carcass and gave us a look of ‘how do I get to the cream filling?’ or the way she would ‘bury’ excess food by dropping it in corners. She chased the wolves along the fence, squealing for the giant, fluffy ‘foxes’ to come and visit her. The wolves tended to salivate at the sight so there were no options for an actual meet and greet.

Scarlette and Joker. Photo by Kimber Hendrix

Joker’s arrival in the spring definitely taught Scarlette about being a proper fox. They bonded quickly and have been affectionate roommates ever since. Like her, Joker is convinced the wolves (except Timber) are future playmates. They fell in love with the wolf puppies this year. With the nursery right across from them, they had ample opportunity to monitor puppy development. They paced the fence with meat in their mouths, calling for the puppies to dine with them. A crying puppy was sure to bring the foxes running with anxious chirps to save them from harm. When the pups started taking walks past the enclosure, the foxes’ joy knew no bounds. They particularly seemed to like Sparrow, who is still often referred to as their ‘daughter’.

Scarlette and Joker excavate their den in case of puppies. Photo by Kimber Hendrix

Meanwhile, Timber was brought to our attention at a time when we were looking for unrelated wolves to join the Wolf Park lineage. Puppies had proven difficult to find so we were interested when Timber was offered to us. She’d been brought up at a facility where she’d been socialized to people and dogs. She’d spent her early life doing outreach programs in the community, but was reaching the age when she needed a home around other wolves. We were happy to give her a new home.

Timber pesters Wotan. He tolerates her better than the other wolves, but not at this moment. Photo by Monty Sloan

Unlike Scarlette, who surveyed her new territory and proclaimed herself queen of all she saw, Timber took some time to adjust to Wolf Park. She wasn’t used to so many people looking after her, and she had no idea how to handle visitors walking past on tours. She was FASCINATED by the wolves next door, particularly Wotan and Wolfgang whom she actively pursued with the wolf equivalent of ‘Hey, sailor! Want to buy a girl a drink?’ The boys seemed a little dazed by the attention.

Eventually Timber started visiting the male wolves and made it clear she loved every boy! To the point that none of the boys could stand her energy level for long. Renki and Wolfgang tolerated brief play dates with her. Wotan and Bicho enjoyed her company for longer stretches, but even they had their limits.

Timber greets the 2017 puppies. Photo by Monty Sloan

This year was an important one for Timber as she became the mother of five healthy wolf pups. She did a nice job looking after them in the den, but was less sure how to handle them once they started moving around. She treated the pups like adult wolves, which was overwhelming for the little ones. She also began showing negative intentions toward the females as soon as they started looking like adult female wolves. She still receives play dates with her sons, Aspen and Máni, and foster son, Niko, but even they find Timber’s bouncy nature to be too much. We hope she’ll settle down eventually and can have a full-time companion, but until then, she is fortunately happy with human attention, walks, toys, and regular dates with all her boys.

Timber and Aspen. All Timber’s puppies already outweigh her. Photo by Monty Sloan

We are blessed to have Scarlette and Timber as part of the family and so grateful for the joy they’ve brought to us.

Upcoming Events
December 16Santa Visits Wolf Park
January 13Winter Wolves
February 10Winter Wolves

Please consider donating to Wolf Park this holiday season! We cannot exist without the support of so many wonderful people. 2018 is projected to bring new changes to Wolf Park including new seminars, updated kids camps, new education displays, more trees, and improvements to the enclosures. Please help us continue our mission! Sponsor a wolf, become a member, or donate to our year-end fund. We appreciate your support!

How Scarlette greets her favorite people. Photo by Kimber Hendrix

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Donate This Holiday Season

Dear Friend of Wolf Park,

Forty-five years ago, Wolf Park’s founder, Dr. Erich Klinghammer inspired us with his mission to “Save Wolves, Save Wilderness”—this year with YOUR help we have celebrated his memory and done just that. Along with our 45th Anniversary weekend celebration in April we spent the year reminiscing as well as dreaming about where Wolf Park was, how far it’s come, and where to go next. Your loyalty and generosity, along with Dr. Klinghammer’s vision inspire the volunteers, board of directors, and staff everyday making us want to do more not just for our animal ambassador’s but for wolves in the wild.

Your donation today will help Wolf Park succeed tomorrow.

Along with hosting over 19,000 guests for our regularly scheduled guided tours, summer camps, educational seminars and howl nights, your financial support in 2017 helped to accomplish many exciting things including:

  • In April we welcomed FIVE new animal ambassadors to the pack—Aspen, Máni, and Sparrow were born at Wolf Park. We partnered with Wolf Mountain in upstate New York to trade two of our wolf pups with theirs to increase genetic diversity, thus bringing Niko and Khewa to Wolf Park.
  • Some new displays were added to our education building this past year including a naturalistic den display allowing visitors to learn more about our animal ambassadors’ wild counterparts.
  • This summer Wolf Park partnered with the Purdue Climate Change Research Center and offered “Tipping Point: Talking Climate and Carnivores over a Cold One”, a four-lecture series on climate change.
  • We offered a brand new seminar focusing solely on animal enrichment by Dr. Lindsay Mehrkam.
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    $250 donation. 6″ Magnetic Car Magnet

    Our Wolf Park summer team built a hut structure including a firehose bed for our 1.5 acre enclosure, which is a favorite of our animal.

Those are just the highlights, too! YOUR support makes Wolf Park’s success a reality, and we couldn’t do what we do without YOU. We are honored and grateful that you choose to support Wolf Park and we are asking you to continue your financial support now. Your gift of any size is appreciated. No amount is too large or too small!

Wolf Park does not receive government funding. Please donate today!

Stoneware Mug

$500 donation – Mugs come in a variety of colors. Receive the limited 45th Anniversary edition logo while supplies last.

On average, it takes $545,000 to maintain Wolf Park and we rely on your donations to help us cover our costs. YOU are the reason that we are able to provide excellent care to each of our animals. Financial contributions also help us provide education to the public and resources for researchers working to support our animal ambassadors’ wild counterparts. Please consider making a donation to Wolf Park today.

As a special thank you for our contributors this year, we are offering “gifts” for the following donation levels:

  • For $250, you will receive a new Wolf Park Car Magnet and a 4X6 matted photo taken by Monty Sloan.
  • For $500, you will receive our Wolf Park Stoneware Mug.
  • For $750, you will receive a new Wolf Park fleece blanket.
  • For $1000, you will receive, a one-year sponsorship and a Photo Session with hardcover photo book containing photos of your visit.
Micro-Plush Blanket

$750 Donation. Micro-plush blanket. 50″X60″. Forest green with cream logo in corner.

Along with our daily expenses, our animal ambassadors need updated enclosures to continue to thrive. This year we are offering you an opportunity to contribute specifically to our Wolf Enclosure Capital Project. To participate, just click the checkbox to indicate that you wish your donation to go towards this project and 100% of the funds will be directed as such.

During this holiday season, please consider a gift to Wolf Park today. Your generous gift will enable us to continue providing outstanding care for our animals and engaging programming for visitors.

THANK YOU for sharing in Erich’s mission for the past 45 years. With your continuing support, we can share the next 45 with you, too!

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Tractors, Trees and Sailing

Photo by Natalie Risser

Thanks to the 2017 summer interns, The Land Nursery and Boy Scout Troop 205, Wolf Park is a greener place. The interns raised money to purchase a lot of new trees at an amazing price from Walter Beineke at The Land Nursery. The boy scouts and several volunteers spent their Saturday morning planting them. There are thirty trees in the ground, and we hope to do a second planting before winter. The trees have been planted in the wolf enclosures and along the walking trail to provide shade and beauty for both our animals and visitors. Thank you all!

We hope to plant A LOT more trees before winter. Donate to help make Wolf Park green. Trees are only $25 apiece.

Photo by Natalie Risser

We have a new tractor! After years of service, our old tractor finally gave up the ghost. We’re so grateful to friend-of-the-park Crystal Hagan for doing the leg work to provide us with our new tractor. It’s a huge need of ours in every season to cut grass, move objects, dig holes, plow snow, smooth gravel, feed the bison, and so much more! Thanks Tri Green Tractor and store manager Eric Clark for the amazing discount. You found us the perfect tractor for our needs!

The puppies did their first Howl Night on Friday. Friday Howl Nights are usually small, so we chose a Friday for their first one to let them get used to a small crowd. It turned out to be the biggest Friday Howl Night of the year. The pups did great, even if they didn’t howl. We’d included some enrichment for them, in order to provide distraction as need and assure them big crowds are fun! Khewa really likes jumping for things hung from trees.

That night the pups were given a pumpkin as part of their enrichment. We wanted them to get used to gourds before October’s Pumpkin Party, plus we wanted promotional photos. The pups loved it. Everyone chewed on the insides, and several games of chase made use of the pumpkin lid.

Want a photo of a puppy or another animal enjoying the Pumpkin Party? Support the event receive a picture of the animal of your choice enjoying a seasonal treat!

Monty and the pups set sail. Photo by Sara Preston

Puppy photo shoots are still happening every Tuesday in the main enclosure. The groups were pretty small this month so we’ve taken advantage of the park’s rowboat. From there we can get excellent shots of the wolves on the shore. Aspen was the first puppy to take a boat ride – by accident. He managed to launch the boat while leaping into it, then got in the way of staff member Caity, who was trying to paddle. They ended up being adrift far longer than she’d intended before she was able to get him back to shore. Since then, the pups have become better at climbing out of the boat. Máni particularly enjoys rides.

Staff, photographers and Aspen out for a ride. Photo by Dana Drenzek

There are still slots open for the fall photo shoots and seminars. Sign up today!

Upcoming Events
9/23 – After Dark
10/21 – After Dark
10/28 – Pumpkin Party

Fiona and the puppies have a pool party! Photo by Monty Sloan

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I Am Your Father

Timber is a lady who loves her boys. She’s courted every male wolf in the park and would be happy to be special friends with any and all of them. When breeding season concluded, and Timber’s pregnancy was confirmed, there were two possible fathers of the pups. Brothers Wotan and Wolfgang had both bred with her during a fertile period. The resulting pups bore all the family traits and gave no clue who the daddy might be.

The potential daddies

There were many clamors to know who was the father, and some speculation that the pups might have two different fathers. Mixed litters have been documented in dogs, but not in wolves. We hoped we might prove this to be a possibility.

DNA tests revealed all the Twiglets have the same father and that father is…. *drumroll*…. WOTAN!

Proud parents

Wotan has certainly put in the effort as devoted mate. He helped Timber dig the den and brought her food during her pregnancy. He and she enjoy playdates at regular intervals. Being an aging twelve-year-old, he isn’t interested in her full-time companionship, and he’s shown no desire to meet his sons and daughter without a barrier between.

The puppy pack. Photo by Monty Sloan

Congratulations to Wotan and Timber on their lovely, growing litter.

Upcoming Events
8/17 – Tipping Point: Talking Climate Change and Carnivores
8/26 – Puppy Exploration Party
8/26 – Wolf Park After Dark

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Renki’s Milestone

Today we celebrated a very important anniversary. A year ago today Renki’s underwent surgery to halt the spread of his cancer. This involved the amputation of his forelimb. It was not something we’d ever tried before, but we trusted Renki’s positive attitude would be a boon to his recovery. This proved true. He was walking on three legs before the anesthesia had even worn off, and adapted rapidly to his new gait.

At the time, we weren’t sure how much time we’d bought him, if any. There were many murmurs about ‘Renki’s last Christmas’ and such as holidays came and went. We rejoiced with every milestone he passed and wondered how many more he would see.

Today we can say proudly that Renki is a survivor. As near as we can tell, he is cancer free. It is a joy to see him still enjoying walks, food, playing with his sister, and loving the human attention. We don’t know how long we have with him, but we’ll consider every day with him a blessing.

To celebrate the day, Renki received a gathering of friends who brought him eggs and gelatos. Two favorite foods for a wolf whose favorite food is ‘food’. He and Ayla enjoyed the party, although Ayla preferred eggs to gelato.

Renki, Ayla and friends celebrate a milestone. Photo by Monty Sloan

Meanwhile, one of the interns took this really cute photo of Khewa.

Really cute Khewa. Photo by Natalie Risser

Upcoming Events
7/27 – Tipping Point: Talking Climate Change and Carnivores
7/29 – Wolf Park After Dark
8/17 – Tipping Point: Talking Climate Change and Carnivores
8/26 – Puppy Exploration Party
8/26 – Wolf Park After Dark

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Paddle Pups

Babies’ first carcass. Photo by Sara Preston

The puppies had their first whole deer carcass last week. In true wolf fashion, they tore right into it and got thoroughly bloody. Everyone shared, which is nice to see. There was rumbling, but this litter of puppies is surprisingly good at eating civilly off the same carcass pieces. Out to make the process as macabre as possible, they ate the face off first.

On Friday they had their second run in the main enclosure. After running around the dam and exploring the whole enclosure, the Twiglets jumped into the lake and swam in circles. Sparrow tried to start a wrestling match while swimming and dunked Máni. The Mountaineers were wary about swimming. Niko fell in the lake while trying to balance on a log. Khewa had the better balance and stayed dry but still turned into a swamp wolf.

Máni just after Sparrow dunked him. Photo by Scott Allaire

The Old Golds. Photo by Jennifer Yeandle

Saturday was Brew on the Bridge, an annual event in which a local band comes out to serenade visitors. The Old Golds. People’s Brewing Company and South Street Smokehouse all made for an excellent evening, even if the threat of rain did make in an indoor event. The crowd loved them and we hope The Old Golds will play with us next year!

A great crowd enjoys music, BBQ and beer. Photo by Jennifer Yeandle

The interns continue to build. Now they’ve fashioned a hammock for the foxes. Firehoses are the gift which keeps on giving. If anyone knows of a supply, we would love to receive more. The animals appreciate beds with a ‘give’ to them.

Swing time. Photo by Scott Allaire

Khewa the swamp puppy. Photo by Scott Allaire

Upcoming Events
7/27 – Tipping Point: Talking Climate Change and Carnivores
7/29 – Wolf Park After Dark
8/17 – Tipping Point: Talking Climate Change and Carnivores
8/26 – Puppy Exploration Party
8/26 – Wolf Park After Dark

EDIT: Last week we announced a brand new seminar. The date has since changed. Check out ‘Mmmm…. Enrichment!’ a seminar about keeping animals in zoos, sanctuaries, humane societies and homes entertained and mentally engaged. The park will be hosting it October 27 – 29 and we are thrilled to welcome Dr. Lindsay Mehrkam and all her knowledge.

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100 Days

Máni in the main enclosure. Photo by Monty Sloan

The Twiglets turned 100 days old yesterday! Everyone is growing and thriving. They had their first visit to the big Turtle Lake Enclosure, and it went great. Training continues. Everyone is walking well on leashes. Aspen climbed into the golf cart on one of his walks. They have regular visits with Fiona and Timber. This week they’re getting ready for Brew on the Bridge by enjoying lots of music at night so they won’t be concerned during the big event.

Timber, Aspen and Máni. Photo by Monty Sloan

New Enrichment by the 2017 Interns. Photo by Sara Preston

Thanks to our intrepid interns, their enclosure has received some new furniture. The interns built two new huts, a bridge, and two platforms. The bridge and platforms have firehose tops, which makes them very comfortable. The whole thing won’t be assembled until the pups are larger because we don’t want them falling off the bridge, but for now they’re enjoying the platforms, and the adult wolves appreciate somewhere tall they can go to get away from crazy puppies.

Exploring the new platform. Photo by Lisa Maney

Thanks to our amazing sponsors Sarah McGraw, and Tim & Stacey Folyer! They put on the second annual ‘Wolfstock’ to support Wolf Park and spread the word about us. We’re so grateful for the bands and businesses who donated their time and resources. Both humans and animals at Wolf Park appreciate the support we receive from wonderful people in our community!

We have two new additions to Wolf Park, at least temporarily. The Park is currently home to a small colony of guinea pigs. The pigs were here to help our kids camp participants learn about safe animal handling and training. The pigs came from hoarder situations and other bad homes, so we were glad to have the opportunity to teach them that humans can be nice. One of the girls gave birth yesterday to two healthy babies. We hope to return very social young pigs to the rescue once they’re old enough to be adopted.

Upcoming Events
July 22 – Brew on the Bridge
July 27 – Tipping Point: Talking Climate Change and Carnivores
July 29 – Wolf Park After Dark

NEW SEMINAR!
Mmmm… Enrichment!
August 18 – 20
Dr. Lindsay Mehrkam will be spending three days talking enrichment in animal facilities. Participants will have a chance to design species-specific enrichment, discuss ideas, and learn how facilities around the country are keeping their animals engaged. Whether your interest is zoos, shelters, parks or your own home, this is information worth learning!

Khewa in the pool

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They Keep on Growing

Raising puppies has kept us busy, busy, busy! Between training, introducing them to the world, and the general raising of five little ones, we haven’t had much time for anything else.

Fiona flees from frolicking. Photo by Bronwyn Chidzey

The two litters have been combined into one litter at long last. At first one big puppy would spend some time with the little ones and that worked pretty well. We decided bringing Fiona in to act as mediating adult would help if the Mountaineers were nervous or the Twiglets were too rowdy. With her assistance, both litters had longer and longer playdates together until they were one (relatively) happy family. They still often divide into their sibling groups for activities but they all do enjoy being together.

The BEST stick. Photo by Bronwyn Chidzey

The Twiglets are getting their adult coats and markings. Aspen has the darkest markings and will probably be a very striking wolf when he’s old. Máni has the lightest markings. Aspen is a large and easy-going wolf. He often starts chase games by plopping a piece of meat down in the middle of a group of puppies. Máni is a little more concerned about the world than the others. He likes to sleep in a hut while everyone else prefers the trees. Sparrow is an explorer. She’s very calm when brought to a new enclosure and very interested in discovering the world.

Máni and Khewa. Photo by Bronwyn Chidzey

Meanwhile, the Mountaineers are still in their fuzzy puppy coats. Niko continues to grow lighter patches in his fur. He may not be an entirely black wolf when he’s grown. Khewa remains solid grey. Her markings are yet to appear. Khewa is mild-mannered compared to her rowdy companions. If things get wild, she’ll go off by herself, or play quietly with Niko. She’s very observant and quick to take food away from distracted siblings. Niko is quick to react angrily toward the Twiglets if they push him around. He still loves playing with toys more than anything else.

Renki contemplates watermelon

The annual Watermelon Party occurred on Saturday, giving visitors a chance to see the wolves tear apart watermelons in search of treats. This year’s melons included some ice cream inside, which was greatly appreciated on a hot day. All the animals really enjoyed their treats and the pups made it through their first big park event in fine style. Gibson Shaved Ice came by to make snow cones. They also gave some of the wolves ‘snow’ to play with. Aspen and Sparrow were the most interested in it.

Introducing Khaz! Photo by Scott Allaire

 

We’d like to welcome a new member to our staff. Khaz  Brooks was an intern last fall and we liked her so much we decided to keep her. Khaz comes to us from Georgia where she has worked as a professional dog trainer. She’s our new Education Coordinator. She’s working on seminars, camps, volunteer opportunities and outreach. We expect great things!

 

 

 

Upcoming Events
There’s some great stuff coming up!
Our lecture series on Climate Change continues this week on Thursday, July 6th. A great learning experience and free to all!

Some of our sponsors are putting on a fundraiser at Lafayettte’s Hideaway. Join them for the second annual Wolf Stock on July 15th

Like beer, music and wolves? Come on out for Brew On the Bridge July 22. Featuring music by The Old Golds, Lafayette’s country band.

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Party Time!

Saturday brought with it the long-anticipated Puppy Debut Party in which the five pups were given a delightful amount of new and novel items to spark their interest to the enjoyment of the crowd. Of course, an afternoon in June has its disadvantages. Khewa and Niko poked their heads out of the shade, declared the weather to be disgusting, and went back to sleep. Máni took some time to come out and view of the crowd of almost four hundred. Aspen and Sparrow were left to carry the day, which they did with great relish.

They dismembered a hay bale, hunted for apples in the wading pool, played with toys, and finished off their afternoon with their first deer legs. Once they had full bellies, they were prepared to nap the rest of the day away. Fortunately for late visitors, Niko and Khewa finally put in an appearance near the end of the afternoon.

Trainers Ken McCort and Chirag Patel assist the campers with their visit. Photo by Monty Sloan

 

Sunday brought visits with Fiona for both litters. Later, the Twiglets met the children’s camp participants. They kids were great, and the puppies were interested in meeting these smaller humans. We offer Overnight and Day Camps all this month. Older kids might have the opportunity to meet the puppies!

Trainers Chirag Patel and Ken McCort are here this week to work with the puppies. They’ll be working out a training plan to work on minor behavior problems before they become major behavior problems. These will include helping Khewa feel less concerned with people entering the enclosure, and helping everyone adjust to new places and situations.

Niko and Khewa cuddle with Fiona. Photo by Dana Drenzek

We continue to desensitize the pups to all the strange things they’ll encounter in life. This week gave them opportunities to examine a wheel chair and walker. We have guests of all types and we want our wolves to be confident around all of them. They also saw a dog. Sparrow thought it was a new friend and begged the dog to visit them. Máni was worried. Niko and Khewa were unimpressed.

Today the Mountaineers are receiving their vaccinations, after which all the puppies will be available for sponsor visits. We’ve already had a few Sponsor Visits and Photo Shoots with the Twiglets. The puppies have enjoyed the chances to meet new humans and we’re glad to expand their social circles.

 

Upcoming Events
June 24 – Wolf Park After Dark
July 1 – Watermelon Party
July 6 – Tipping Point: Talking Climate Change and Carnivores
July 29 – Wolf Park After Dark

Check out Sponsor Opportunities, Photo Shoots, Seminars and Children’s Camps on our Online Store.

Fiona and the Mountaineers. Photo by Dana Drenzek

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Bunnies are a Pup’s Best Friend

Whose bunny is it anyway? Photo by Caity Judd

The Twiglets are spending more and more time outside. They spent all of Friday in big enclosure closest to the puppy nursery. They were a little unnerved until their puppy parents made them a blanket fort. Using that as ‘home base’, they gradually explored the rest of the enclosure.

On Saturday they were brought to an enclosure on the other side of the park for the first time. They could see the coyotes on one side and Wotan and Wolfgang on the other. They enjoyed the new view and chose a favorite platform to sleep both on and under until it was time to return to the nursery. Back in the nursery, they dragged a dead rabbit onto the bed and all three had a civil meal together.

Bone Tussle. Photo by Karen Davis

They love rabbits. Their skill at tearing into the carcasses improve every day. We sometimes quarter the rabbits so they can each have a piece, but they can also tear open a whole rabbit with growing skill. They are almost completely weaned. Along with rabbit, they’ve started eating deer and chicken.

They had their first sponsor visit and photo shoots will begin tomorrow. The public is so excited to see them!

The Mountaineers have met Sparrow on neutral ground and Sparrow is delighted to have little siblings. She handicaps herself when she wrestles with them, but is quick to squash any ideas Khewa might have about which female is queen of the puppy nursery.

Niko the photo bomber. Photo by Bronwyn Chidzey

Khewa has been more reactive to sounds than the other pups so the Mountaineers are listening to a lot of music and nature sounds. It is helping them adjust to noises. At the time of writing, they are listening to the Lord of the Rings soundtrack. They will be well-prepared for encounters with hobbits and orcs should this come up later in life.

Niko and Khewa enjoy a deer leg. Photo by Bronwyn Chidzey

Cypress and Tauriel. Photo by Caity Judd

Staff Member Caity stopped in at Wolf Mountain Nature Center to see how Cypress and Tauriel (formerly Anya) are developing. The puppies are happy, healthy, and growing fast. They’ll be moving outside soon and will be delighted to have more space. Wolf Mountain will be keeping us up-to-date on their development and we’re so grateful to stay in touch.

 

Upcoming Events
May 29 – Memorial Day – Open 1-5pm for tours
June 3 – Puppy Party!
June 24 – Wolf Park After Dark

Want to Meet the Puppies?
There are still a few slots left in the Puppy Photo Shoots. You can also Sponsor a Puppy and set up a time to meet them. We also have a One Day Seminar and a Three Day Seminar coming soon, which will include visits with the pups. Space is limited. Sign up today!

Máni. Photo by Karen Davis

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