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Category Archives: Wolf Park Programs
Wolf Park isn’t just about wolves. We believe in responsible care and respect for every species. This past weekend, a group of trainers had their chance to experiment and get to know many unique animals. Welcome to ‘Fantastic Beasts and … Continue reading
“The Human-Animal Bond – Exploring New Dimensions in Training” March 11-13, 2016 Current research is showing us that wolves and dogs have mental gifts far surpassing our earlier expectations. This interactive, hands-on seminar/workshop will explore new ways we can relate … Continue reading
Interested in a career working with animals? There is no better way to get experience than with an immersive, hands-on adventure at a working wildlife facility. Experience every part of a full-time job at a non-profit animal facility, including: Behavioral … Continue reading
Becoming a Wolf Park volunteer is more than a great opportunity to learn about wolves and their place in the world. It is a means of helping the cause of wildlife preservation and promoting the welfare of wolves in the … Continue reading
Wolves and Dogs: Similarities & Differences Taught by Ken McCort July 25-27, 2014 This year Ken McCort will discuss many of the similarities and differences between dogs and wolves during his seminar. Some of the topics covered will include: Predatory … Continue reading
Wolf Park’s Young Naturalist Program Education – Leadership – Service Wolf Park is looking for 13 to 17 year olds interested in learning about animals, conservation, research and what happens behind the scenes in a non-profit animal park. Come get … Continue reading
Would you like to be your dog? Does he worry about whether the sky is falling? Are your handling and training methods causing him unnecessary angst? This energizing weekend seminar will help you become a more compassionate and empathetic partner … Continue reading
by Lauren Sutton, practicum Wolf Park offers some very unique camps for children ages 4 to 14. Not only do the kids get to do the classic camp crafts and games, but they also get the chance to have one-of-a-kind … Continue reading
by Lauren Sutton, practicum As with any awesome party, it took a while for things to really get going on July 8th’s Howl Night. The first two attempts to get the wolves to howl got little more than a half-hearted … Continue reading