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Category Archives: Wolves
Wolf Park Response to COVID-19 Update from 3-23-2020 (Previous updates below) Hello Friends of Wolf Park – Due to the current uncertainty with regards to COVID-19 and our commitment to keeping the community safe, we are suspending all public … Continue reading
by Jenna Holakovsky Former Wolf Park intern Tom Gable is the current lead researcher for the Voyageurs Wolf Project, a project that has released new discoveries left and right since the start. One of these discoveries includes a deeper look at wolves’ … Continue reading
by Jenna Holakovsky Grey wolves formerly occupied the majority of North America, but were almost entirely eradicated early on since the country’s colonization. Over time, both scientists and the general public have made efforts to reintroduce wolves to the … Continue reading
We have grey fox kits! Kestrel and Lark are the newest additions to Wolf Park. As you may already know from our last blog post and several social media blasts, these two boys seem to be settling in quite … Continue reading
Bicho April 6, 2012 – December 21, 2018 On the morning of December 21, staff members Kimber and Caity found Bicho lying in the Turtle Lake Enclosure during morning rounds. There were no wounds or signs of struggle. Fiona and … Continue reading
Gypsum was born at a facility in Minnesota on May 6, 2013. Ten days later, he arrived at Wolf Park. Along with his sisters, Ifa and Hunter, they became the first socialized grey foxes at our facility. Even at that … Continue reading
“March comes in like a lion, out like a lamb”, goes the old saying. But in the mid-west, it’s hard to know what the weather will do day-to-day, and even hour-to-hour. We’ve seen it all this spring – from flowers … Continue reading
by London Wolff Vancouver Island, north of Seattle, is homes to a very special population of gray wolves known as Coastal Wolves. They differ from the Timber and Arctic wolves in that they are about 20% smaller on average, are … Continue reading
Renki – April 12, 2004 – January 5, 2018 Renki is no longer with us. A wolf who could fairly be called a legend at Wolf Park was put to sleep on the evening of January 5th. He had been … Continue reading