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As of Monday, every puppy has opened their eyes! Anya was first to see the world. Aspen took the longest. Despite their eyes being open, vision is still forthcoming. The puppies can see a few inches in front of their … Continue reading
The votes are tallied at last! The voting was fierce and people had STRONG feelings about the names they liked, and the names they didn’t. But at long last we can introduce you to Timber’s first litter. THE BOYS CYPRESS … Continue reading
What a difference a day can make! When pulled from the den, the pups were only crawling. By the next day they were attempting to stand. They would gather their legs under their bellies, rise, and then tumble over. And … Continue reading
The puppies spent their first day in the nursery meeting and bonding with their human parents and exploring their new world. Upon arrival, the pups were weighed and checked over. The veterinarian came by and gave ‘The Twiglets’ a clean … 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
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
Two captive Mexican gray wolves, previously living at the Sevilleta Wolf Management Facility in New Mexico, have been released into the wild as part of the Mexican gray wolf reintroduction program. The Mexican Wolf Interagency Field Team released M1130 and … Continue reading
Marion was peacefully euthanized on the evening of April 22nd, having just turned 17. What looked like an “ouchy walk” (just a little hitch in the gitalong) turned, over the course of a few days, into increasing loss of control … Continue reading