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Tag Archives: 2010
IMMEDIATE ACTION NEEDED Public Comment Period Ending Nov. 22nd! Time is almost up to speak for coyotes and other wildlife regarding the use of two of the most deadly poisons on earth. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is currently reviewing … Continue reading
On October 30, 2010, a group of hunters trying to locate the carcass of an elk they killed the day before discovered a pack of wolves had laid claim to the elk in the meantime. They found themselves right in … Continue reading
This blog entry, from top-notch dog trainer and animal behaviorist Patricia McConnell, concerns research currently being done on how well dogs and wolves respond to human gestures. The research mentioned on “hand-raised wolves”, by Monique Udell and Clive Wynne, was … Continue reading
Wolf Park celebrates Animal Welfare Appreciation Day: Sunday, November 14, 2010 Animal Welfare Appreciation Day is Wolf Park’s way of rewarding all those people who help make the world a better place for animals of all kinds. For over 35 … Continue reading
Nov 1 Photo SHOOT #5 Nov 8 Photo SEMINAR #6 Nov 13 Wolf Park After Hours Nov 15 Photo SEMINAR #7 Nov 19-21 Seminar with guest Ray Coppinger
Check out some awesome video of our 2010 Walk for Wolves fundraiser, taken by volunteer Tom O’Dowd: Part 1 Part 2 The second annual Walk For Wolves at Wolf Park was very successful. On a beautiful cool morning, hundreds of … Continue reading
Ecology, Ethology and Evolution of Dogs Dr. Ray Coppinger comes to Wolf Park for a fascinating seminar Nov 19-21, 2010 $395 per person CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP NOW! Dogs exist in amazing numbers around the world. Most of them … Continue reading
Using data from 21 North American wolf populations, two Montana State University researchers have found that the recently proposed levels of hunting for Montana and Idaho wolves are likely to have larger effects on wolf numbers than has been suggested. … Continue reading
Tilly, one of the pups raised at Wolf Park this year, has reached her new home — the Scovill Zoo in Decatur, Illinois — safely and is already charming audiences there. She looks forward to a wonderful life as an … Continue reading
Oct 4 Photo SEMINAR #4 Oct 8-10 Wolf Intensive Weekend Oct 18 Photo SHOOT #4 Oct 23 Wolf Park After Hours and Wolf Awareness Week Celebration Oct 25 Photo SEMINAR #5 Oct 30 Pumpkin Party