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Category Archives: Wolves
On Sunday we said our goodbyes to two of our pups. Cypress and Anya (now Tauriel) headed off to their new home at Wolf Mountain Nature Center. We’re sad to see them go but we are confident they’ll find good … Continue reading
On Saturday we celebrated the birthdays of all the animals at Wolf Park in one celebration. Past parties have been celebrated with a variety of cakes and presents. This year we decided to try something different and made all the … Continue reading
On April 18 at 10:30am, the Wolf Park family got their first look at the newest additions to the Park. Five healthy puppies were welcomed into the new Animal Care Center where they will spend the next few months of … Continue reading
Saturday afternoon, April 8, Timber began spending long stretches in her den on the island in the main enclosure. During Howl Night, the staff rowed to the island to check on her and confirmed Timber was in labor. Sometime later, … Continue reading
Kailani has left us. The little puppy whose name meant “sea and sky” in Hawaiian grew up into a beautiful silver wolf. She was the alpha female of the main pack for many years and retired during the winter of … Continue reading
Check out the design for this year’s Walk for Wolves t-shirt. Want one? Register your pack before September 19th to receive one. They’ll be for sale on the day of the walk as well. $2.00 of every shirt sold will … Continue reading
Renki has been outside full-time for several days now. He is living in a fenced off portion of the McAllister habitat, which is conveniently close to the Alison Franklin Animal Care Center in case we have to move him inside. … Continue reading
Since Renki’s surgery, his veterinarian, Dr. Becker, ordered him to restrict his activity while his surgery site finishes draining and the incision heals. Since he showed little inclination to follow her instructions, we had to do it for him. We … Continue reading
A recently-released update on wolf management in the state of Washington indicates that local packs may be shifting territories, and that the presence of wolves is currently not having detectable impacts on the state’s ungulate/big-game herds. Numbers of elk, moose, … Continue reading
The March 2015 status report updates for the Mexican gray wolf reintroduction program in Arizona and New Mexico are out and are available here. Read about the activities of each tracked wolf pack and keep up to date on events … Continue reading